Technology has become integral to running nearly every business. As companies grow, they eventually need someone to manage that technology. Above and beyond mere maintenance of technology, businesses need a person to be responsible for driving the business forward utilizing new technologies and for streamlining the company’s existing systems and processes. Inevitably, someone in the company will fall into this role, usually the CFO (Chief Financial Officer), CEO (Chief Executive Officer), or business owner. However, these people will likely not be optimized for this technology role because most CFOs and CEOs are not interested in managing IT, let alone being the driving force championing technological advancements. Furthermore, these are highly paid employees and adding any roles to their job description splits their time, making them less productive at their primary role.