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Improving Management Effectiveness in Midsize Companies: Better Performance Is within Reach

Source: Ventana Research
Performance improvements require companies to resolve challenges by addressing the issues related to people, processes, information, and technology. However, most midsize companies don’t effectively use available IT resources, and they don’t get the right information soon enough. Find out how you can take advantage of IT to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness, particularly in your finance department.


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