Great question.
sheynk ✈

Agree, I didn’t mean for the company to outsource the whole thing but instead of spending months learning and trying things out with the risks of going down a wrong direction that costs them a year and a ton of money, they can work with consultancies (or people like you) who fully understands the ecosystem and common pitfalls to work with their IT teams to plan, oversee and implement the right tools. Making sure the client and their team understand and own the knowledge base.

And by those consultancies, I don’t mean any specific 3rd party since they have their own biases but an independent consultancy cares about getting things done properly for the client.

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