Saugatuck’s review of user enterprise pilot programs, trials, and proofs-of-concept in such emergent, leading-edge IT as Cloud IT, mobility, social business IT, and big data/analytics indicates that too many enterprises are moving forward with inadequate evaluation and assessment. In sum, enterprise leaders are signing off on trials and proofs-of-concept without having realistic ideas and insights into how and where these investments will affect IT and business operations and costs within and beyond the scope of the initial programs.

Our direct work with even the most forward-thinking enterprises supports this; we see too few enterprise IT and business leaders acquiring and deploying emergent, disruptive IT based on realistic expectations and quantified/qualified assessment and evaluation of their impact.

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