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IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to Yes
IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to 'Yes' Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Investigation of IT Investment Decision Making. 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 approval is no guarantee of success. Getting a “yes” requires accessing and influencing other decision-makers, especially in the finance department. And along the way, there are plenty of others who can say “no.”

INVESTMENT MONEY: IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to Yes IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to Yes Source: Quocirca Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: 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 approval is no guarantee of success. Getting a “yes” requires accessing and influencing other decision-makers, especially in the finance department. And along the way, there are plenty of others
10/11/2006 7:05:00 AM

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 management (PPM) vendors have adopted the IT governance mantra to differentiate their solutions from those offered by the enterprise resource planning (ERP) industry.

INVESTMENT MONEY: Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment IT Governance: Maximizing the Business Investment Neil Stolovitsky - December 13, 2005 Read Comments 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
12/13/2005

The Return of Manufacturing Investment
The recent economic downturn dramatically changed investment habits for mid-market manufacturers—and not for the better. Nevertheless, some savvy executives have been using the market lull of the economic downturn and stop-and-start recovery to get their corporate houses in order, stabilizing their processes, facilities, and business systems so they’re better equipped to manage rapid growth when it returns. Find out how.

INVESTMENT MONEY: The Return of Manufacturing Investment The Return of Manufacturing Investment Source: Infor Document Type: White Paper Description: The recent economic downturn dramatically changed investment habits for mid-market manufacturers—and not for the better. Nevertheless, some savvy executives have been using the market lull of the economic downturn and stop-and-start recovery to get their corporate houses in order, stabilizing their processes, facilities, and business systems so they’re better equipped to
11/29/2010 11:09:00 AM

Maximize Value from Your IT Investment
In the informative white paper using technology to maximize business value, you'll learn how to get maximum value from your IT systems.

INVESTMENT MONEY: Value from Your IT Investment Maximize Value from Your IT Investment You ve made a sizable investment in IT. Now how do you get the maximum value from your investment? In the informative white paper Using Technology to Maximize Business Value , you ll learn how to get maximum value from your IT systems. Find out how you can drive more value from your IT infrastructure by building on your current platform benchmarking and measuring company performance integrating dashboarding into management practices deve
5/23/2009

Time Is Money: Managing the Performance of Financial Trading Applications
Financial services companies need the right solutions to manage the delivery of trading applications. But this challenge grows ever more complex, with regulatory initiatives forcing trading services to provide market access in a timely manner. Learn the issues involved in effectively managing the delivery of electronic trading applications and order management systems—and how to ensure consistent delivery for end users.

INVESTMENT MONEY: Disqus Related Topics:   Investment Management,   Regulatory and Compliance,   Business Process Management (BPM),   Business Process Automation Related Industries:   Finance and Insurance,   Funds,   Trusts,   and Other Financial Vehicles Source: NetQoS Learn more about NetQoS Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation
6/17/2008 5:12:00 PM

With New Clothes and Hairdo, Clarus Asks for Pin Money
Clarus Corporation, having unloaded all of its back-end software business, is asking the market to fund its new life as an E-procurement vendor.

INVESTMENT MONEY: With New Clothes and Hairdo, Clarus Asks for Pin Money With New Clothes and Hairdo, Clarus Asks for Pin Money D. Geller - March 3, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) used to be a peach of an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) vendor with a product line containing financial and human resources applications. It had revenues of $17 million in 1998, up from $12.3 million in 1997. However, the company threw off its old friends and lifestyle by selling its ERP business to Geac
3/3/2000

Whose ROI is it Anyway?Part Two: Sorting Through Claims
ROI (return on investment) has taken on new importance in examining business initiatives and programs that often involve deployment of enterprise software and information technology. In some cases,

INVESTMENT MONEY: proven 173% return on investment in Synygy software and services. Note that the claim isn t about 170% or nearly 200%, but a very precise 173% . That s very hard to accept or make relevant in the context of particular company. Promises like this undermine credibility. They set expectations—and they set up disappointments. (I m pleased to note that more recent Synygy ads use the same images, but a more plausible view of benefits.) All generalizations are dangerous, including this one. Andre Dumas
4/13/2004

Why CRM Software is a Smart Investment in a down Economy
Find out more about why CRM is such a smart and timely investment for your small or midsized business in the white paper, crm: a business imperativ...

INVESTMENT MONEY: Software is a Smart Investment in a down Economy Why CRM Software is a Smart Investment in a down Economy Is it really possible to grow your company during an economic downturn—and still cut costs? Fortunately, the answer is yes—and there s no better way to do it than with the right customer relationship management (CRM) software. By its very nature, CRM is one of the only technologies that can both increase your company s revenues and reduce its costs . And that s a pretty good combination during
6/23/2009

Time to Value and ROI from BI: The QlikView Customer Experience
The impact of technology projects on organizations is increasingly under scrutiny. The purpose of return on investment (ROI) analysis is to provide a financial metric with which to measure such projects and provide a like-for-like comparison between initiatives that may have very different justifications and business benefits. This IDC Whitepaper provides a ROI analysis of the QlikView business intelligence (BI) solution.

INVESTMENT MONEY: purpose of return on investment (ROI) analysis is to provide a financial metric with which to measure such projects and provide a like-for-like comparison between initiatives that may have very different justifications and business benefits. This IDC Whitepaper provides a ROI analysis of the QlikView business intelligence (BI) solution. Time to Value and ROI from BI: The QlikView Customer Experience style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence (BI),
6/2/2010 3:47:00 PM

ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part Two: Implementation and Results
If companies are to find value in radio frequency identification (RFID), they need to view this technology as more than eliminating the scanning gun from the barcode equation. Companies considering implementing RFID must think beyond the confines of the four walls of the plant and factory in order to take full advantage the benefits that this type of technology has to offer. However, as is with any emerging technology, the bottom line is to only implement RFID when the ROI justifies it.

INVESTMENT MONEY: its anticipated return of investment (ROI) and successfully implemented RFID. See Part One for an introduction to RFID technology, statement of the problem it is to solve, and companies involved in implementing it. Not too surprisingly, the implementation plan for RFID is not very different from that an enterprise-wide software implementation project. In fact, while the detailed plan has more the 260 tasks and subtasks, the major phases employed at KiMs were exactly the same as those for an ERP
6/29/2004

Overcoming The Roadblocks To Hearing YES On New Projects
The money issue was usually caused by too much risk and too much time required. Since it is simpler and more understandable to talk about money, people use the money excuse as a proxy for risk and time.

INVESTMENT MONEY: also address the up-front investment by allowing the customer to pay over time. Are the precuts available on a subscription basis. To lower the amount at risk and communicate that they have confidence in the success of the project, the vendor can offer terms that do not involve a long-term commitment. Summary If we understand the true restrainers to getting to yes, we can address them. Too often, we accept the money reason because it is an easy to understand. Often, the lack of money is really a proxy
1/16/2003


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