August 12, 2004
Business technology optimization: How do you know if it will work for your company?
Author: Ian Palmer
Business technology optimization, the alignment of corporate IT services that works best and most profitably for an individual company, may -- or may not -- be the best way to manage organizational IT concerns. However, a lot of managers now are looking closely at it. A recent Yankee Group survey, based on responses from corporate decision makers, such as CTOs and CIOs at U.S. firms, showed that BTO principles are popular among movers and shakers. But others insist BTO isn't necessarily the best option for all companies.