According to global survey results released by Borland Software, organizations across the world are making progress with IT management and governance (ITM&G) but still fall short in key process areas like project management, portfolio management, demand management and resource management. Borland's study, which consisted of self-assessments completed by IT professionals at 125 organizations in 29 countries, still found a relatively low level of maturity in how organizations define project goals, allocate resources and, most importantly, measure overall success of their IT portfolio.

The survey also found companies' ITM&G efforts are frequently challenged by the inability to integrate their systems for managing application development - which contain vital data and assets - with their overall ITM&G processes. In fact, 87 percent of respondents say their organization has been either ineffective or only somewhat effective at integrating their overall ITM&G process with their application lifecycle management (ALM) platform and tools.

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