TechnologyManaging business performance: how to measure the value of IT

Managing business performance: how to measure the value of IT

A web seminar hosted by Accountancy Age and Computing magazines

Damian Wild

Damian Wild

Tech-savvy finance directors expect IT purchases to be well justified by the
IT leader and deliver value to the business. But how can that value be
established? Traditional metrics such as return on investment have their place,
but the true measure of IT is often more intangible.

This Accountancy Age web seminar, hosted jointly with
Computing, will examine the latest methods for measuring, monitoring
and proving the value of IT. Chaired by Accountancy Age editor in chief
Damian
Wild
and Computing editor Bryan Glick, the event will provide CIOs
with the tools and techniques to help convince the board to invest in strategic
projects.

Click
here to register for this web seminar

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