Cutting technology costs

Scott, Robert W.
May 1998
Accounting Technology;May98, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
Presents information on the cost of implementing technology in business. Estimated technology cost spent by a company per year per person; Why reducing the number of vendors for larger organizations also saves money; Findings on the 1997 survey by the Aberdeen Group. INSETS: Policies for computer use can yield savings;The Gartner Group's technology cost reduction tips;Equipment costs boost consulting costs.


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