Logan Consulting began providing strategic technology consulting in 1992. As the original line of service, Logan Consulting has been helping clients align their technology needs with their strategic business needs. In general terms, this means helping our clients define what technology they ideally need to support their business by first understanding their business. We then help clients assess alternative technology from a cost/benefit perspective in terms of how well the technology plan and eventual implementation will support their business.
In more tangible terms, we add value by helping clients avoid the technology cost over runs and poorly conceived approaches that end up costing businesses literally thousands or millions of dollars. More specifically, we work with our clients to help negotiate computer hardware, software and services purchases and contracts, saving our clients considerable sums of money. Finally, by using our senior strategic technology consulting people much like a company might use an auditor, benefits consultant or attorney, we can provide the equivalent of a highly compensated CIO for a specific number of days per month or quarter at a fraction of the cost of a full-time CIO. We can also help you optimize your IT staff to appropriately and cost-effectively support your business (i.e. workstation, server, network, desktop support, etc.).
Logan Consulting believes technology should exist to support the business, not the other way around. We will help you drive out IT cost/waste. We will not implement technology because it is new and exciting, nor are we interested in building a technology “resume” at your expense. We will provide high impact, practical technology consulting advice and service to optimally support your business.
Below are some of our specific service offerings:
Logan Consulting also has taken on many larger engagements in the role of PMO (Program Management Office) or IMO (Integration Management Office).
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