E RADAR AUDIENCE NETWORK

Who is in E RADAR's global audience network?


Business owners

  • Especially owners of small and medium-sized enterprises who want good old fashioned help and advice on how to do things well online.

Financial

  • Investors and financial officers should ensure that governance rules and processes help increase the return on the enterprise's investment in products and technologies.

Senior executive (boardroom)

  • Key executives should define the overall goals of the governance committee, provide it with authority, and periodically evaluate the success of the implemented practices and policies.

IT leaders

  • IT leaders must help develop their service offerings and determine how to achieve their IT responsibilities (for example, improving security and maintaining reliability) while they support the features required by the business teams.

Business division leaders

  • Business leaders represent the teams that do the primary work of the enterprise and drive the architectural and functional requirements of technology deployment. They must work with information architects to determine the enterprise's information architecture and organizational taxonomy standards. Business leaders must also work with IT leaders to create service-level agreements and other support policies.

Information architects or taxonomists

  • Members of these groups have extensive experience in planning and designing information systems and taxonomies. Based on their analysis of the information needs of the audience, they develop plans that support organizational objectives and define site architecture and navigation.

Compliance officers

  • Governance includes making sure that an enterprise meets its regulatory and legal requirements and manages its corporate knowledge. If your enterprise has roles that are responsible for compliance or legal oversight, include representatives from those disciplines in your governance committee.

Development leaders

  • Leaders in your software development organization should help determine which customization tools are approved, how to verify code security, and other code-related best practices.

Information workers

  • The members of your organization who do the day-to-day work should help ensure that technology services and information architecture meet their needs.

Trainers

  • Instructional experts should be responsible for developing a training plan and conducting all appropriate training and education.

Lawyers

  • We can help inform in-house lawyers about the challenges and issues facing their online business. Our team of specialist consultants and technologists can also add value to niche law firms that are bidding for IT-related legal work and require extra skills and experience.