Measuring the Business Value of IT

Measuring the Business Value of IT

In today's fast moving competitive business environment, companies increasingly demand that IT investments demonstrate business value through measurable results. David Sward directly addresses this challenge in his book Measuring the Business Value of Information Technology.

Intended for IT professionals and consultants as well as business managers, this book covers one of the most important strategies any company can establish to help manage IT in the coming years. Namely, the creation of an IT Business Value Program to execute systematic customer focused approaches to determine the business value for any IT investment an organization may make.

Expanding on concepts offered in Martin Curley's Managing IT for Business Value, and linking business value programs with CMF frameworks, Sward explains how business value programs are established; measured; maintained; and governed; providing a blueprint for evaluating IT investments and equipping the reader with the tools required for success.

Measuring the Business Value of Information Technology is a rich collection of methodology, processes, metrics, supported with examples from IT@Intel and other IT organizations. Read this introduction to Measuring the Business Value of IT to better understand the costs versus benefits. 

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