CEOs Focus More on Value Of IT Than Cost

Waxman, Andrew
August 2005
Bank Technology News;Aug2005, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p54
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for chief executive officers (CEO) in the U.S. to focus more on value of information technology (IT) rather than its cost. Impatience of CEO in getting value from the IT investments; Key factors in the value-conscious paradigm.


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