Features - Is Your IT System VESTed? - Although companies invest billions of dollars in IT systems, many do not achieve business expectations because of unrealized business value. The two missing keys are operations integration -- Ensuring that a new technology system is fully integrated into the day-to- day operation of the company -- And VEST, which means finishing the project successfully by ...
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