2018 BigCyber Benchmark Report – Critical Metrics

Welcome to the 2018 Benchmark Analysis

BigCyber is known for asking the right — not always so comfortable — questions and driving the right answers. More important, defining the action plan to drive measurable improvement.

We help people ‘know and show’ and shake off the old ‘guess and tell’ culture.

For this 2018 benchmark survey, we’ve selected a few industry metrics and created the following report to help you understand — quantitatively — how your company performs operationally.

These Three Metrics Will Teach You To See Your Whole Business

The critical metrics are related to what you bill, what you estimate, and — of course — the actual time it takes you.

By purchasing this report, you will get a detailed analysis of the industry standard for each of these metrics, the BigCyber playbook for driving the actions, and case studies on how others have driven improvements.

Thanks for your purchase.

Sincerely,

Josh & Dave

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What You Get

Analysis of Comparables

Knowing where you stand vs. the BigCyber standards and your peers.

Best Practices to Drive Improvement

Immediate Actions to start improving, prescriptive steps to start right away.

Case Studies on How Others Did it

Specific Examples of proven methods to drive change and sustain the performance gains.

Linking your Ops and Finance Teams

Stops the finger pointing and number thrashing. Get them working together.

Next Steps to Look Deeper

The report points you to think beyond critical metrics, where to look and how to measure to drive actions.

Review Session with BigCyber

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What it Costs

$150

Full report for non-participants.

$1,000,000

Not getting the report and being blind to your critical metrics.