As a client of Virtual CIO Group (http://www.virtual-
Cesar Ricardo of Virtual CIO Group has been selected to act as Fractional CIO for FCNMHP. Ricardo will work with the FCNMHP leadership team and Dianne Wiles, developmentdirector, to realign IT infrastructure and maximize the current software being used to manage the non-profit.
“We are looking forward to strengthening our team with Cesar’s skills and experience. This is a great opportunity for us to help even more animals in the pursuit of our mission to end the needless killing of dogs and cats in our community,” said Wiles.
The main short-term goal is to reduce the cost of IT within the organization. Ricardo will assist FCNMHP by developing an IT strategy that is aligned to business objectives. In working with a fractional CIO, the non-profit will learn how to leverage all changes implemented by Virtual CIO Group which will also reduce long-term costs of IT and non-IT facets of the organization.
Ricardo is excited to get started in his position as Fractional CIO (http://www.virtualciogroup.com/)
Virtual CIO Group works with businesses to develop strategies to reduce costs and improve efficiency of IT systems. They provide management consulting, project management, perform IT assessments and use of a Fractional CIO depending on the needs of the business.
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About Virtual CIO Group
Virtual CIO Group is an information technology and systems solutions firm serving throughout the United States. It develops technology strategies, assuring efficient and secure operations of systems and technology, which results in a stable infrastructure, increased service quality and improved cost effectiveness.
About First Coast No More Homeless Pets
The mission of First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) is to end the needless killing of cats and dogs through sterilization. Several programs offering free or low-cost spay/neuter surgeries are available to First Coast residents. Since 2002, more than 140,000 dogs and cats have been sterilized and benefited from these programs. FCNMHP also mentors organizations across the country to help them start similar programs in their communities, saving even more animals nationwide. FCNMHP runs the Jacksonville Pet Food Bank to help keep pets with their families and out of shelters where they may be euthanized. More than 600,000 pounds of food have been given to pets in need since March 2010. Clinic Hotline: 904.425.0005 Website: www.fcnmhp.org