As mid-market companies grow and expand, their leadership structures can quickly become outdated, inefficient and ineffective.
Mid-market company CEOs are increasingly taking ownership of their companies’ technology agendas.
Mid-market companies are frequently looking for new ways to drive revenues. In fact, within the next year, 8 in 10 executives foresee expansion into new markets, new regions, new businesses and new products.
Mid-market executives reported a strong 2016 and are heading into 2017 with forecasts for further growth, but some hesitation.
The tech industry continues to grow at an explosive pace. From new mobile broadband networks and IoT to the surging demand for cybersecurity and cloud-based solutions, mid-market companies are meeting the needs of the sector with flexibility and innovation.
While mid-market companies are at great risk from cybersecurity threats, few are effectively prepared to mitigate those risks. A new online resource now offers mid-market companies education, tools and a framework to develop a strong cybersecurity program.
With increased regulation and skyrocketing healthcare costs, small and midsized employers are struggling to find quality, affordable healthcare options for their workforces.
As mid-market companies continue to leverage executive talent to drive growth, they're increasing compensation and using more pay-for-performance options.
As mid-market software and tech companies seek ways to reduce costs and scale to new heights, they're moving more of their operations to lower-cost areas of the country.