TCCP Announces Partnership With Aragon Research
On Friday, The Technology Council of Central PA (TCCP) announced a strategic partnership with Palo Alto-based Aragon Research, a technology research and advisory firm.
In order to navigate today’s business technology climate, IT decision makers and business owners need help navigating emerging trends like enterprise mobility and cloud services. For many of these companies, there is a great challenge in evaluating all of these tools and making sense of how they will integrate into an existing operation.
“When it comes to cloud and mobility technologies, cheap is not always the way to go,” said Sam Coyl, Netrepid President/CEO and a member of the Board of Directors at TCCP. “Without access to research and advice from companies like Aragon, many companies in Central PA find themselves forced to change their business model or operational process to integrate a new tool. With the insights gained from this partnership, hopefully Central PA businesses will be able to make better decisions on how to move their technology forward.”
The partnership has been formed to bring comprehensive business and technology research and advice to the over 300 member organizations of TCCP. Since being founded over 24 years ago, TCCP has provided Central PA with education and networking opportunities to help promote the advancement of technology in the region.
More Information On The TCCP/Aragon Partnership
“We’re excited to offer Aragon Research’s products and services to our membership,” said Chuck Russell, CEO of the TCCP. “Our members will receive customized, discounted access to industry leading research and advisory services.”
Aragon Research was founded in 2011 and provides high impact, thought leading research and unmatched advice to help enterprises make better decisions with their technology services and strategies. Their research team has over 50 years of combined experience with business technology and their executive leadership led a number of research areas at Gartner.
“Businesses are going digital, and today business and IT leaders are under more pressure than ever to put these new technologies to work,” said Jim Lundy, Founder of Aragon. “The partnership between Aragon and the TCCP will form a new community whose mission is to understand and leverage emerging technologies, so that Pennsylvania enterprises can gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.”
For more information related to this partnership or for more on how your business can become a member of the Tech Council of Central PA, please contact us (Netrepid) or visit TCCP.org.