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Whether you need help steering your way through change management, raising capital, or structuring your marketing department, Fractional C-suite professionals can get on board quickly and work with your company's executive team to meet the challenge. Ready to build your business team? 

Business Analytics

A Business Analyst ascertains and documents business processes. This means working with key stakeholders to document workflows and identify process gaps. Responsibilities for this role typically include business and technical requirements documentation, research, concept development, and workflows. 

Fractional CFO

A Fractional CFO (Chief Financial Officer) steers a company’s financial strategies. A CFO works with a company’s executive team to grow the business by developing financial plans, managing cash flow, raising capital, driving performance with the COO, overseeing accounting and reporting, and leading merger and acquisition transactions. 

Fractional CIO

Fractional Chief Information Officers oversee and optimize IT systems, Infrastructure, policies, and resources to achieve company objectives. They guide efficient resource utilization based on current requirements and future plans. 

Fractional CMO

Fractional Chief Marketing Officers oversee and shape a company’s advertising and sales strategies, creative process, and resources. They work closely with the executive team to structure the company’s marketing department and initiatives to help it achieve its business objectives. 

Fractional COO

A Fractional COO (Chief Operating Officer) oversees a company’s strategic planning, process improvement, and other operations-related projects. They work with a company’s executive team to grow the business through assessing business operations, creating and implementing feasible plans, fine-tuning operational processes, logistics, and resources, and assisting with change management, risk management, and exit planning. 

Fractional CRO

A Fractional COO (Chief Operating Officer) oversees a company’s strategic planning, process improvement, and other operations-related projects. They work with a company’s executive team to grow the business through assessing business operations, creating and implementing feasible plans, fine-tuning operational processes, logistics, and resources, and assisting with change management, risk management, and exit planning. 

Fractional CTO

A Fractional CTO (Chief Technology Officer) is responsible for overseeing all aspects of technology within an organization, collaborating with the executive team to advance the business by developing, enhancing, and overseeing technology systems and resource plans to align with company goals and facilitate the implementation of crucial technology for the organization. 

Lead-Generation

A Lead-Gen Specialist drives revenue growth by developing and executing effective strategies to generate high-quality leads. They utilize a range of marketing channels and tactics, such as email marketing, social media advertising, SEO/SEM, events, and content marketing, to attract and engage potential customers. The Lead-Gen Specialist works closely with the marketing team to optimize campaigns and analyze data to improve their approach continuously. They aim to increase the quality and quantity of leads for revenue growth. 

Project Administration

A Project Admin supports the project lead and/or Project manager by coordinating and facilitating team meetings, including pre- and post-meeting communication, meeting agendas, notes, and recordings. 

Project Management<

A Project Manager leads a team through the project by planning, budgeting, scheduling, and tracking a project plan. This includes executing the project through a budget, timeline, schedule, and roles and responsibilities. 

Sales Automation

A Sales Automation Specialist (Strategist) designs, creates and maintains the sales automation tools and reports to accurately measure the health of the sales funnel and make improvements. Sales Automation enables a business to track various metrics that can help optimize performance. The Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool is the centerpiece of any Sales Automation platform, which helps organize, track, and nurture leads. 

Salesforce Administration

As a Salesforce Administrator, the Contractor will perform Administration Services, including, but not limited to, overseeing the management and enhancement of Salesforce systems, encompassing user administration, license management, support, training, and system upgrades. The Salesforce Administrator’s primary focus is on maximizing the efficient use of Salesforce tools while working closely with stakeholders to fulfill organizational needs. 

Salesforce Architecting

As a Salesforce Architect, the Contractor will perform Services, including, but not limited to, designing and delivering solutions tailored for enterprise-level clients utilizing Salesforce products. Their key responsibility involves recommending optimal solutions based on specific requirements and effectively communicating the trade-offs between solutions. 

Salesforce Development

As a Salesforce Developer, the Contractor will perform Development Services, including, but not limited to, designing, coding, and implementing applications within the Salesforce CRM platform. The Contractor will analyze company processes, craft CRM workflows, and provide custom solutions for business requirements, managing historical and current company records to meet objectives efficiently.  

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