A Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is responsible for technology, teams and suppliers. They drive innovation and efficiency across the business.
Hiring a full-time CTO is an expensive exercise. By definition, CTOs have decades of experience and one of the most demanding roles within a company.
But having a fractional CTO means that a heavy financial burden is lifted—“fractional” simply means “part-time.”
A fractional CTO is by no means inferior to a full-time one. At Freeman Clarke, we have a stringent selection process: only 1% of applicants make it through! We insist that our CTOs have extensive technological and business experience, and we ensure that they understand the particular culture of the mid-market sector.
So you can be confident that we have done all the same HR processes that you would for a full-time employee. This can shave weeks or even months off the hiring process, freeing you up to focus on business. And with our emphasis on the mid-market, you can be confident of a good fit.
In many ways we bring more to the table than a full-time CTO. Freeman Clarke is a company of 85+ CTOs and CIOs, which means when you hire one of our experts, you benefit from that institutional experience and support.
We have built our team around the fundamental idea that businesses need to connect their systems and digital strategy to their business objectives. This should be the ambition of every innovative company, and we see real growth when the two disciplines are linked.
Working on a fractional basis also means that a Freeman Clarke CTO can do a highly specialized job. Our team can facilitate in a number of areas, from software and product development to implementing large-scale IT infrastructures or a comprehensive digital transformation.
All of our fractional CTOs have a unique combination of characteristics suitable to ambitious mid-market businesses. They have superior technological knowledge. They are strategic thinkers and compelling leaders. They understand how to use technology to drive growth.
We have every confidence that our Chief Technology Officers will make a transformational impact on your business.
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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