Life Would Be Grand If You Had a COO, CMO and CTO

Well, Guess What: Now You Do.

See if any of these scenarios sound a lot like you:

You’re a COO
taking on more roles than you’d like, even if you’re the type to occasionally say, “I’ll do it myself.” But enough is enough. With all of these moving pieces around you, processes are starting to slip and people are beginning to grumble – like your employees and customers. Something’s got to be tightened up and fast. If you just knew exactly where.
You’re a CMO
leading a Marketing Department and doing a darn good job of it. But with everything you’re handling, it’s getting really tough to free up your time to think about new marketing strategies. But even if you could, you wonder if you have the resources to fully implement them.
You’re a CTO
who feels like you have seven different jobs any given day of the week. It’s making it feel impossible to explore new technologies that might help solve some of your most burning questions. You’re also a little worried of what an assessment might uncover – because what if it calls for changing an entire platform? Great. As if you needed more things to manage.

See if any of these scenarios sound a lot like you:

You’re a COO
taking on more roles than you’d like, even if you’re the type to occasionally say, “I’ll do it myself.” But enough is enough. With all of these moving pieces around you, processes are starting to slip and people are beginning to grumble – like your employees and customers. Something’s got to be tightened up and fast. If you just knew exactly where.
You’re a CMO
leading a Marketing Department and doing a darn good job of it. But with everything you’re handling, it’s getting really tough to free up your time to think about new marketing strategies. But even if you could, you wonder if you have the resources to fully implement them.
You’re a CTO
who feels like you have seven different jobs any given day of the week. It’s making it feel impossible to explore new technologies that might help solve some of your most burning questions. You’re also a little worried of what an assessment might uncover – because what if it calls for changing an entire platform? Great. As if you needed more things to manage.

Bumper Lanes Got Your Back

Whether you need the support of a full Marketing Department’s worth of resources for the foreseeable future or simply some vital relief in key areas for the next six months, there’s no doubt about it: It’s time to get marketing and technology initiatives off your plate and delegate them.

That’s where Bumper Lanes can augment your team and keep your growth momentum going strong. So if yours is a small or medium-sized company between $5 and 50 million in revenue, let’s talk sooner rather than later to keep you on the right path.