In my columns this year, I thought it might be interesting to develop a common theme and to base each column on one facet of that theme. As I discussed the concept with my clients and colleagues, one issue emerged as the hot topic. That issue - a question, really - is: How can you make better use of IT resources and initiatives in order to consistently deliver tangible value to the company?
As I discuss various approaches to providing value to the company through IT, I'm not going to advocate a standard approach or methodology because there isn't one. Each company - along with its people, processes and technology needs - is unique. Accordingly, the process of providing more value through IT will be unique to each company. However, there are certain initiatives any company can undertake and customize for its needs to start on the path to delivering more value with IT. The first initiative is one to improve the quality of corporate data.
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