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Every year we see the same cycle of predictions on the use and future of technology in the industry. In many areas the predictions are absent of relevance to one industry or another, let alone impact certain sized organizations. I have to chuckle to read the array of them from conventional wisdom ones like balancing supply and demand to organizations through efficient use of S&OP and organizations moving from reporting to intelligence. Even one that predicts IT will shift twenty percent of their technology use in the enterprise to cloud computing in 2010 is stretching it a bit -- even if its an interesting technology strategy.

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Comments (1)
We always happy to read when others think the same way. I mean I totally agree with what you say, regarding the flood of predictions. Even today I was amazed to read another blog with predictions for Corporate Performance Management for next ... decade! On the other hand people do want to know what's coming, be this because of excitement or fear of the Tomorrow. You just need to call it properly; in my blog I called my opinions as "speculations": http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog
Posted by Vitaliy R | Wednesday, January 20 2010 at 4:23PM ET
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