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4 Ways You Can Actually Achieve Business Outcomes in Your Next Project

Organizations purchase software not to implement new software, but to achieve business outcomes, such as improving customer experience, increasing operational efficiency, remediating risk, and reducing operational costs. As project design begins, however, these business outcomes become buried beneath lengthy lists of technical requirements and project deliverables, and become increasingly distant. …

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How (and Why) to Shift your Investment From Pre- to Post-Implementation

An IT project typically follows the Pareto principle, with 80% of the excitement, momentum, and executive sponsorship devoted to the project itself, often resulting in a mere 20% of the output necessary to achieve the intended long-term business outcomes. While a successful go-live can drive short-term gratification, it rarely results …

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You Should Expect More from Your IT Operations Software

Your software implementation is done. You’ve invested a tremendous amount of time, effort, money and political capital (and grown a few more gray hairs) to get to this point. You now (hopefully) have the tools and methods in place to mature your IT Operations. What now? When the glow of …

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