Wednesday, April 21, 2021

The Business Case for Information Management

Many organizations struggle to build a convincing business case for the
investments needed in information management. In this analysis, Frank Buytendijk
examines what information management means and describes a complete
spectrum of business cases, ranging from tactical cost reduction to
transformational impact on the organization’s business model.

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