IT Budgeting

If you understand and plan your IT budget, then you will be in control and able to make the best use of available funding.

IT might be seen as a cost by some organisations and as an investment by others, but no matter how you treat it, there will be times when you need to spend money on IT.  An IT budget will help you understand what you need to plan for and when funds are likely to be needed. This can help you smooth out your cashflow, plan for replacements instead of being reactive and will help with funding applications.

What you get

Review IT asset list and expected lifecycles.

Document what needs are there for staff and volunteers.

Develop a Replacement Plan.

Review software maintenance and licensing renewals

What projects are planned and their priorities.

Review support costs - fixed and variable.

What contingency is needed.

Document annual budget with monthly breakdowns.

Do you need help with the IT Budgeting in your organisation? Fill out the form below and we'll be in touch.

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