Keys to Implementing New IT Processes

Strauss, Sandra
July 1998
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug1998, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p54
Academic Journal
The article mentions ideas for implementing new information technology (IT) processes. Design IT systems that differentiates one's company or makes it more competitive and implement the systems rapidly. Take a partnering position with software vendors and system integrators by requesting fixed prices and deadlines. Reengineer processes that give a competitive advantage but only those that do not require a significant amount of time to update.


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