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5 ways proof of concepts can accelerate IT purchase decisions

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A Proof of Concept (PoC) is a crucial stage in the business technology purchasing process. It involves working with a trusted partner to make the most of their mix of hardware capability, engineering skills, consulting capability and industry knowledge. A great PoC will allow your business to put a technology stack of software, hardware and storage in place, to benchmark it and test it, customised to the criteria of your business needs. If handled correctly, a PoC can help your business to accelerate the purchasing decision in five key ways.



Mark Samuels

Mark Samuels

Mark Samuels is a business journalist specialising in IT leadership issues. Formerly editor at CIO Connect and features editor of Computing, he has written for various organisations, including the Economist Intelligence Unit, Guardian Government Computing and Times Higher Education. Mark is also a contributor for CloudPro, ZDNetUK, TechRepublic, ITPro, Computer Weekly, CBR, Financial Director, Accountancy Age, Educause, Inform and CIONET. Mark has extensive experience in writing on the topic of how CIO’s use and adopt technology in business.

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