CIO Advisory Services

As IT demands grow more complex for companies of every size, more organizations find themselves needing the strategic guidance of an experienced Chief Information Officer… just not all the time. Even companies with strong technical leaders who can skillfully manage technical implementations can find themselves needing assistance with more complex, strategic problems or with specific, short-term projects.

Weaver can help you meet your company’s goals nimbly and cost-effectively, either short-term or long-term. Our professionals provide just the assistance you need, for just the time you need it, without the commitment and expense of hiring a permanent CIO.

CIO Advisory Services include:

  • IT Assessments (focused on people, product, process and technology)
  • New product / application research, technology selection and vendor analysis
  • Software selection and vendor / outsourcer evaluations
  • Oversight / IV&V (independent validation & verification) of system implementations
  • Governance consulting (policy, procedures, security, service levels, etc.)
  • Data security / data privacy management
  • Business continuity / disaster recovery plan development or review
  • Comprehensive technology strategic analysis
  • Assessment of current applications and infrastructure with recommendations for cost savings, use of best practices and improved customer service
  • Business process design and optimization
  • Key performance metrics definition and reporting for IT operations
  • Interim management during CIO searches or times of organizational change
  • IT due diligence related to M&A activity
  • Ongoing CIO role for organizations lacking the need for full-time technology executive
  • Technology integration and transition services planning related to M&A activity
  • Supplemental assistance to existing CIOs and IT directors

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