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PPM for Professional Services Automation RFI/RFP Template

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control and automation maturity  as a way to control cost and improve efficiencies. The September 2005 Product Innovation Agenda Benchmark Report found that 61% of survey respondents report that they are acting on change management to reduce product costs. Another 50% indicated that their goal was to reduce product development cost. At this time, only 32% identified change management as a driver to improve revenue. In sharp contrast, research for this report found that 63% of respondents indicated shortening development lead times as Read More

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control and automation maturity  Professional Services Maturity Benchmark Best of the Best According to “The 2014 Professional Services Maturity Benchmark,” out of 238 participating organizations, 13 firms significantly outperformed the average, excelling in five service performance dimensions: leadership, client relationships, human capital alignment, service execution, and finance and operations. This white paper focuses on one of this year’s best service organizations and the best practices that differentiate the best of the Read More

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