Raising the ‘business IQ’ of technology talent is not as simple as it may sound, say technologists and business executives.
The business relationship executive is a conduit who can make interactions more fluid.
Business-savvy IT executives can be hard to come by, and that’s a big problem if your company relies on technology to exist (it does). Maybe it’s time to start growing your own.
Fact: A huge percentage of outsourcing relationships fail. CFOs are good at writing contracts, but that contract is only the starting point for a successful engagement.
As marketing declares its independence from IT, CFOs need to make sure the organization’s technology foundation is strong and secure, and that everyone plays nicely. Otherwise, it will cost your company money.
If technology is changing your business, isn’t it time to start thinking about what kind of tech leader will best serve your company’s new go-to-market strategies?
Want to know more about your customers? Want to improve marketing efficiency while reducing IT costs? Provide some marriage counseling for your CIO and CMO.
In order to know where the money goes, and to improve IT ROI, CFOs need more than committees and meetings. They need to get those committees to execute. Here’s how.
How CFOs can help ensure that their ERP implementations have a positive ROI by focusing on these critical success factors.
Because ERP profoundly affects the business, and because you’re responsible for the business, do you want to be engaged with or removed from ERP projects? For CFOs, there are two answers. Only one is right.