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California business formations and information technology

On Behalf of | Jul 1, 2016 | Business Formations

Entrepreneurs abound in California businesses. Many launch virtual operations and earn incomes at the click of a mouse. Others establish brick and mortar enterprises with paying customers coming and going on a daily basis. Either way, there are common issues among the business formations in both styles. While some transactions and developments might be simple and easily attained, other matters are much more complicated and may require outside assistance.

One important topic that many prospective business owners address these days is that of information technology. More specifically, entrepreneurs must decide what specific role IT will have in their growing businesses. Some apparently see information technology as something indirectly related to a business, while others view it more as a product itself.

Reportedly, many colleges and training schools focus on IT and its connection to the modern business world. Some have created businesses using their IT skills, selling business applications and services to those who would prefer to rely on someone else to address such issues rather than handle it themselves. For instance, a company that needs access to maps may not have a unique mapping program worked into its own infrastructure, but it can use the applications provided by various websites and programs in its own business plans.

Although information technology is only one aspect of modern business formations, there are many other issues and challenges budding business owners might face that necessitate the need for experienced guidance. A California business attorney is often able to provide consultation for clients striving to overcome obstacles in the start up phase or when infrastructure or management problems arise. Many business owners have benefited from acting alongside an attorney who has successfully helped others achieve their immediate and long-term business goals.

Source:, “A New Way for Entrepreneurs to Think About IT“, Bala Iyer, Thomas H. Davenport, June 28, 2016

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