December 15, 2010 ­­– New research shows that nearly 70 percent of respondents consider IT to be a key driver in assisting them toward reducing the cost of operations in small businesses. Market research company Techaisle surveyed 2,900 small businesses across the U.S., U.K., Brazil and Germany. 

Techaisle’s research affirms that small businesses are concerned about reducing operational costs of business. The top three IT initiatives for reducing operating costs include migrating from older technologies, maintaining and enhancing current IT infrastructure, and developing and implementing new IT applications.

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