A Chief Information Officer (CIO) has the ultimate responsibility for technology, teams and suppliers. They provide clear oversight of systems, processes, data reporting, and staff. The ‘fractional’ term simply means ‘part-time.’
CIOs have decades of experience in all aspects of technology and IT, so they tend to command large wages. A Freeman Clarke fractional CIO means that the business avoids the expense of a full-time CIO without sacrificing quality.
Due to our stringent standards, only 1% of our initial candidates become part of our team. So you can be confident that your CIO has the highest technical and commercial expertise, adding benefit to your business from Day One.
In addition, Freeman Clarke CIOs are expert strategic thinkers, guiding the business through all the necessary operational changes toward well-defined commercial goals. Finally, we focus only on the mid-market, which means a CIO that fits into the culture whilst working towards the business goals of the company.
A Freeman Clarke CIO is part of our own team as well, communicating regularly with CIOs across a number of businesses and verticals. This larger pool of expertise has been invaluable to businesses as they use technology to drive growth.
Our CIOs have led businesses through some of the most challenging transformational events in recent history. The unprecedented pace of disruption means that companies absolutely must have flexibility and adaptability in not only the IT itself, but in the fundamental IT culture and environment. This fast-paced, complex environment is where our specialist CIOs can lead teams through both business challenges and strategic obstacles.
Our CIOs will help your business form a culture that aligns IT solutions to business objectives, ensuring focus and cooperation across teams and departments. Meanwhile, the part-time or fractional role ensures that you and your leadership team get the support and innovation you need at a competitive, sustainable price.
The terms fractional IT Director, CIO (Chief Information Officer), CTO (Chief Technology Officer) are often used interchangeably and are defined inconsistently across the industry. The fractional CTO can transform a business through innovation and value creation.
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