Building Capabilities Leveraging Alternate Solution Deployments

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Businesses need to be highly flexible, scalable, and able to adapt quickly to market conditions and customer demands. However, this is easier said than done; building and maintaining such capabilities the traditional way is laborious and challenging. Download this white paper to learn about the various capability acquisition and IT solution deployment options—and how to evaluate them.

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