4 Key Ways Outsourcing IT Boosts Your Bottom Line
Where would you be without Information Technology? Clearly, it’s a key component to running your business, but as a property management company, you’re focused on day-to-day operational issues—most of all, growing your business. That’s why outsourcing IT makes so much sense today.
In this enlightening webcast, you’ll discover 4 ways outsourcing IT boosts your bottom line, gives you unprecedented control and visibility, lowers risk and helps ensure your company is well-positioned for growth.
- How outsourced IT extends well beyond computer troubleshooting
- Why you can’t afford to take chances with your company’s technical security
- Why it’s important to avoid managing multiple technology vendors
- How much time and money you could save by outsourcing IT
Chris Cranfill is an accomplished leader in the Multifamily and Information Technology industry with over 25 years of experience in building, evangelizing and supporting Cloud/SaaS and IoT solutions. He recently joined the Sustainability team as Product Manager for the RealPage Smart Water Solution. Prior to RealPage, Chris spent 17 years at IBM leading technical sales and support teams focused on delivering IBM Cloud solutions. Chris joined RealPage in 2012 where he has been focused on IT Outsourcing and Utility Expense Management for multifamily. Chris is passionate about IoT/smart technologies and thrilled to be focused on RealPage IoT and Smart solutions that promote both sustainability and NOI for our clients!
Steven GallagherVice President Technology & Systems, NA
Mr. Gallagher has over 20 years’ experience in technology and IT auditing for private and public companies. In support of Avenue5 and its goals Mr. Gallagher manages a department of IT, Business Intelligence and Systems innovators and leaders. Manages a team tasked with supporting technology, which includes corporate and properties, designing applications and providing intelligent reporting for 1200 associates and numerous clients across the United States. In his executive role he stands as the SME at executive meetings in relation to technology, management systems and innovation for today and the future.