Measuring the payoffs of IT investments - Many companies have spent a lot of time and money implementing sophisticated IT systems without a model in place to measure the systems' return on investment. CMA Canada and the AICPA aim to remedy that with a new Management Accounting Guideline, and the introduction of the IT Contribution Model.
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