Today’s businesses exploit technology in ways that were previously unimaginable. Start-ups are disrupting markets. Advances in software and hardware are driving new approaches to infrastructure and storage. The rise of data, analytics and machine learning is rapid. At the same time security and privacy threats increasing daily. And, businesses face challenges like harmonising IT during mergers and dealing with legacy systems.
Interim IT professionals, like interim CTOs and interim CIOs, are specialists in cutting through the complexity and delivering IT projects on time and budget. They bring outside skills and experience and highly specialised knowledge in individual technologies and smart integrated solutions. Ultimately, IT interims navigate challenges and pitfalls to help deliver competitive advantage.
At Interim Partners, we have placed interim chief technology officers with some of the world’s leading organisations to providing access to a wealth of experience and cross-functional expertise.
Why engage an interim manager?
Empowering the future
IT is the enabler of modern businesses, essential to day-to-day operations and service delivery while underpinning strategic change.
Successful business are always looking for new ways to make technology work for them – by empowering employees, increasing efficiency, streamlining procedures, reducing costs and improving the customer experience. Interim IT specialists bring the right combination of technical and people skills to deliver transformational change.
Typical interim IT assignments
Key benefits of interim managers
There are multiple benefits to turning to an interim. The can draw on a proven record of delivering large technology transformation projects. They have specialist knowledge and outside skills and knowledge. Interim heads of IT, interim CTOs, interim CIOs and other senior technology managers also understand their roles as advocates. They help businesses adapt to and embrace new technologies.
Interims also have the people skills to work with multiple stakeholders across change and transformation, programme management, different information technology teams, marketing, operations and any other relevant teams. Their focus is getting the project delivered.