Topic: Factory vs. Enablement

Guest: Mike Murphy, CEO, NEF

Today’s chief information officers are left to address two main service categories:

1. Factory costs – required infrastructure like email servers and storage
2. Enablement costs – high-value projects like automation that help to drive the business forward

We sit down with NEF’s Mike Murphy to discuss how CIOs are being asked to divert their attention in two directions – and what they can do to optimize how they’re managing both factory and enablement costs.

Next steps: Have questions about how you should allocate your budget? Interested in using outside resources for your factory responsibilities? NEF’s team of telecom procurement specialists can help you optimize your budgets so you can maximize efficiency for both factory and enablement. Contact us today to get started.

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