The CEO’s Right Hand, together with Net@Work, a business management solution provider, held a panel discussion on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, to review a proven model in helping you understand the hidden costs behind your technology spend. As you begin to build your 202 budget, technology is a consistent element across all business types. The decision to continue investing in on-premise assets or moving to the Cloud significantly impacts the levels and accuracy of a company’s spend projections.
On-Premise or Managed Hosting – Which is Right for You in 2020
The Financial and Strategic Benefits of Cloud
How to Maximize the Return on Your Investment (ROI)
Presentation of Cost Analysis Tool
If you were unable to attend and would like to access the recording and the Cost Analysis Tool, it is available to you here.
If you would like a transcript of this webinar, you can view it here: CEO Right hand_Cost Benefits of Managed IT
Mr. Lieberman is the founder and CEO of The CEO’s Right Hand, Inc., a New York-based consulting services firm that provides the full breadth of strategic, financial and operational advice to founders, CEOs and Executive Teams. As an experienced entrepreneur himself, he has served in various C-suite leadership and advisory roles across a wide spectrum of industries.
His first venture was CMR Technologies, a FinTech company based in San Francisco serving the investment management consulting space. From CMR, Mr. Lieberman formed Xtiva Financial Systems, a software company specializing in sales compensation solutions for the financial services industry. Mr. Lieberman served as Xtiva’s CEO, building the company to over $10 million in revenues and 100+ clients. He also served as the President and CFO for Interactive Donor, a New York-based Benefit Corporation which incentivizes charity through rewards.
Mr. Lieberman holds double Masters degrees, one in Business Administration and the other in Computer Science from the University of California at Los Angeles. He completed his Bachelors in Computer Engineering from the University of California at San Diego.