Boston Section of the IEEE Consultants Network Newsletter Why Use A Consultant Time Constrained? A project is late. A market window is in danger of being missed. A consultant with the knowledge you need, and experienced in coming up to speed quickly could make the difference. Overwhelmed? A burst of activity can overpower even the most talented, effective engineering staff. A consultant can help you organization meet peak goals, without the effort and commitment of expanding full-time staff. Stumped? A consultant, with years of experience specific to your issue, can offer a new perspective to help solve a persistent problem. Budget-constrained? The cost of a new employee can be daunting, especially in times when future need is uncertain. A consultant carries no overhead, your business incurs costs only when work is actually being performed. Expanding? When moving into a new area of business, a consultant can provide the experience and expertise you need to organization needs to thrive. An Entrepreneur? A new business needs to show results quickly and satisfy its investors. A consultant can prove your concept quickly, and offer experience that will be valuable to your stakeholders. Understaffed? For organizations unable to justify maintaining a staff of engineers, a consultant can be your part-time engineering division. There are other ways a consultant can help as well. Browse our directory or members, or search  for the skill set you need to get your project going immediately. © Boston Consultants’ Network