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Derek Woolf

Derek Woolf, Chief Operating Officer of Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., brings a unique perspective to the technology picture. He began working for Accent in 1999 while earning his B.S. degree in Accounting from the University of La Verne. With his financial background, he is able to look at technology from a dollars and cents perspective, and help businesses plan and budget for the future. He also oversees Accent’s day-to-day operations and continually motivates his team to be better than good – we have to be remarkable!

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Technology Planning

IT Project Process: 3 Steps to Help Your Next IT Project Run Smoothly

By: Derek Woolf
December 16th, 2021

If you had a bad experience with your last IT project, it’s understandable if you’re reluctant to give the go-ahead on the next initiative that needs your approval. Unfortunately, with the pace that technology changes, you can’t just get your IT systems to a certain point, say “done.” Technology is always evolving. Further IT projects are inevitable.

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Top 3 IT Budgeting Mistakes Made By Small Businesses

By: Derek Woolf
April 10th, 2018

  Let's face it; most executives don't consider reviewing or creating budgets a favorite pastime. In fact, unless a budget comes by way of regulation, many businesses will tackle expenditures and investments reactively. We see this same pattern A LOT, but more so when it comes to Technology.

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