How do IT strategies differ across small and midmarket companies? Insight surveyed 408 IT professionals to find out what’s working — and where help is needed.
- The goals for and challenges impeding digital transformation
- Barriers to cloud migration and common adoption concerns
- Trends in “as a Service” models and their benefits
- Priorities for supply chain optimization and management
“Independent businesses realize the power of transformative IT solutions but have not yet bridged the gap between old infrastructure, processes and ways of budgeting for and implementing modern solutions.”
95% of companies have either implemented digital transformation initiatives in the last 12 months or plan to in the next year.
Four in 10 IT decision-makers believe vendors cater to enterprise and don’t understand small business needs.
50% say governing and addressing evolving security requirements is a primary obstacle to cloud migration.
Who is this report for?
This report surveyed IT professionals from small to midmarket companies
ranging from 10–1,000 employees. IT professionals from organizations of similar sizes
will benefit from gaining insight about how like-sized companies are managing their IT.
What will I learn?
We surveyed IT decision-makers on four main topics: digital transformation goals and challenges, cloud migration and adoption plans, workplace technology experiences and IT supply chain management.