Session: "IT Operational Maturity - What's your score?" by Reed Wilson.
Updated: Oct 31, 2019
In this session, Wilson will explain how Only 25% of organizations see IT as a strategic, C-level asset that has to be properly managed. In this non-technical session, Reed Wilson will help you grade your organization's operational maturity level and what you can do to improve your score.
Reed Wilson, Founder & CEO of PTG
About the speaker:
Reed Wilson founded Palmetto Technology Group in 2007, when he saw that many small- and medium-sized companies were experiencing productivity challenges, security issues, and downtime due to relying on onsite servers and slow or outdated systems. His vision was to help make companies more productive, more secure, and smarter about how they spend their IT dollars.
Under Reed’s leadership, Palmetto Technology Group has grown substantially. The company now also consults with clients to solve a variety of business challenges related to IT and management, based on PTG’s experience and successes. PTG has won numerous awards, including the Microsoft Southeast Region Cloud Partner of the Year 2013, 2015, 2016 and the 2017 MSPmentor 501 Top IT Managed Service Providers.
Reed offers the following two recommendations to business owners: “1. Join a peer group to get insights from other business owners. 2. Read every day. A couple of business books that have really impacted me are Mastering the Rockefeller Habits and Simple Numbers, Big Profits! The latter is a great book for understanding your numbers in your business.”
Wilson is a member of the Forbes Technology Council and regularly publishes articles on Forbes related to technology and management.
Founded in Greenville in 2007, PTG offers responsive, knowledgeable, and professional managed services for small to mid-size businesses and nonprofits. They help their clients work better by leveraging technology to bring real business value. Their company core values are: teamwork, service, and growth.
The Techlink Conference is happening on November 7th.
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