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IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to
Many technology sales cycles get bogged down in the IT department. But while it is unlikely that a sale will get anywhere without IT management buy-in, IT

investment decisions based it  Making: Getting to Yes Investment Decisions is also known as : Investment Decision Analysis , Investment Decision Based , Investment Decision Criteria , Investment Decision Factors , Investment Decision Individuals , Investment Decision Making , Investment Decision Making Process , Investment Decision Methods , Investment Decision Model , Investment Decision Process , Investment Decision Processing , Investment Decision Rule , Investment Decision Support , Investment Decision Tools , Investment Read More...
Making the Right Decisions with SCOR
In the relentless search for ever-improving returns on investment and market competitiveness, some of the world’s biggest corporations are applying a model

investment decisions based it  ever improving returns on investment and market competitiveness, some of the world''s biggest corporations are applying a model that is known as SCOR - the Supply-Chain Operations Reference model - to maximize supply chain efficiency. But simply gathering SCOR metrics information is one thing - how do you actually make this information available to allow optimal decision making for your business? The SCOR Model The SCOR model is the supply chain industry de facto standard model for providing Business Read More...
A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 1: Decision Support Discussion
In going through a business decision process for complex technology selections, more and more use is being made of technologically driven processes using

investment decisions based it  $30 billion in wasted investment annually. On the vendor side, the challenge of educating the potential client of their offerings results in long sales cycles, meticulous and numerous RFI responses, and potential for a mismatch, resulting in projects that can go awry. These failed projects do not bode well for the vendor, since the sales cycle costs can only rise, and their reputation can suffer. Consequences can be more severe for the client where it can, in extreme cases, lead to business failure. For Read More...
IT Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment
Implementing information technology (IT) governance means using a structure of relationships and processes to direct an organization. Some project portfolio

investment decisions based it  Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment Introduction Information technology (IT) management and chief information officers (CIO) share a common goal to maximize the value of their IT investments. Achieving this requires a strong foothold on the multiple projects taking place at any given time. Identifying risk, resource utilization, and earned value with a portfolio of IT projects necessitates the implementation and adoption of standards processes to track and respond to any red flags that may Read More...
A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 2: A Tutorial
This tutorial, part 2 of a two part series on Knowledge Based Selection, demonstrates the selection processes and capabilities of Knowledge Based Selection

investment decisions based it  $30 billion in wasted investment annually. On the vendor side, the challenge of educating the potential client of their offerings results in long sales cycles, meticulous and numerous RFI responses, and potential for a mismatch, result in projects that go awry. These failed projects do not bode well for the vendor, since the sales cycle costs can only rise, and their reputation can suffer. Consequences can be more severe for the client where it can, in extreme cases, lead to business failure. Read More...
CRM: What Is It and Why Do It? Part One: Historical Background
Many consultants, vendors, and analysts today define CRM in terms of being a customer-centric business strategy that is enabled by a set of applications that

investment decisions based it  capable of justifying the investment. CRM—Why Do It? CRM is not mysterious or magical. As the examples demonstrate, the tools of CRM can be associated with the fundamental financial metrics of the organization. The key learnings from this discussion include: CRM offers effective tools that address real organizational issues. Benefits are derived by understanding the opportunities and re-designing processes to leverage improvement. Improvement is measurable and discernable. It is not hidden in vague Read More...
The Path to World-class IT Governance: Maturing Your IT Organization to the Next Level
Many IT organizations lack clear well-defined plans that will bring them to mature governance. By focusing on seven key process categories, an organization can

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Best Practices and Processes for Improving the Business Value of IT
Understanding, measuring, and managing against return on investment of a company’s IT investment (ROIT) enables IT leaders to quantitatively frame their

investment decisions based it  managing against return on investment of a company’s IT investment (ROIT) enables IT leaders to quantitatively frame their contribution to the business and justify initiatives they seek to undertake. Read about concrete practices, processes, and recommendations to drive ROIT investment via key areas for improvement, the value of improvement, and guidelines for evaluating potential projects. Read More...
Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now?
Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application

investment decisions based it  Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? M. Reed - September 3, 2001 Summary Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application Integration in general and EAI in particular. A great many of the players have changed in the vendor arena, new terminology Read More...
Identity-based Policy Enforcement: A LAN Security Best Practices Whitepaper
Disappearing network perimeters highlight the need for identity-based security. Open networks, mobile systems, and unmanaged endpoints have become overwhelming

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Progressive IT Management Strategies: The IT manager’s 360-degree view of business
The New CIO Business Leader and Change Management ExpertToday’s chief information officer (CIO) not only has to be knowledgeable about technology, but

investment decisions based it  a return on that investment in measurable results in that category (see Generating Premium Returns on Your IT Investments): Characteristics of IT Savvy Companies • IT for communication—high use of electronic channels, such as e-mail, intranets, and wireless devices, for internal and external communications and work practices. • Digital transactions—a high degree of digitization of a firm’s repetitive transactions, particularly sales, customer interaction, and purchasing. • Internet use—more Read More...
Business Process Management: A Crash Course on What It Entails and Why to Use It
Business process management (BPM) has to integrate existing enterprise applications, Web services, and people in such a way that it can also quickly change

investment decisions based it  it, and enhances the investment that some businesses have already made through the implementation of ERP or SCM solutions, allowing for greater efficiencies throughout the entire value cycle of a business. Read More...
The Complete Systems Management Book: An Introduction to Integrated and Automated IT System Management
Effective IT systems management is a challenge, especially for midsized companies that must maintain sophisticated IT environments without the budgets of their

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Team With Business Management to Drive Out IT Cost
IT complexity drives cost and to a great extent, it is business management that drives IT complexity. Until IT architecture and infrastructure are simplified

investment decisions based it  and used to drive investment decisions. Now the IT investment plan is linked to the business development plan. We all have the same hymn book. Fifth , Every part of the company (HR, IT, Finance, Sales) must be able to explain what they are doing to deliver their part of each capability. We have unanimity on the song. Sixth and finally, every executive and operating committee must review measures one through five at each meeting. We have harmony! Now The Plan Is Executed   Why is this so painful to Read More...

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