Thank you, Enterprisers!

After nearly 10 years, this community-powered publication for IT leaders is ending.
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Over the years, we have had the honor of sharing your knowledge, insights, and ideas with readers through this publication. It has been a wonderful journey—nearly ten years in the making.

We must share the news that The Enterprisers Project's funding has come to an end. What that means for the future is not yet clear. Publication of new articles must end, although the site will remain online indefinitely.

The Enterprisers Project has always been a space where IT leaders and executives could learn from each other. It has been a pleasure to be a part of this vibrant community, and we are proud of what we have built together.

As we part ways, we want to take a moment to thank you all for your contributions, support, feedback, and engagement. Your passion and dedication to innovation, leadership, technology, and how it all fits together has been an inspiration to us. We are confident that the conversations and relationships we have built here will continue to thrive and grow.

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