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Projects are Investments

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When IT projects are completed and systems are delivered, they don’t just disappear. Completed projects can be described in various ways: investments, assets, operational applications, and so on. Whatever they’re called, they typically require continuing investments of resource time, effort, and dollars to maintain, fix, and upgrade. In fact, the post-project delivery lifecycle effort is critical to an IT organization.


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