IT Cost Takeout

May 7th, 2007 |
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In a constant effort to manage and reduce IT spending, CIOs and CTOs are also charged with constantly having to demonstrate the value of IT to the business. Join us to hear Thierry Turc, managing director and technologist for BearingPoint, as he takes us through the education of users in and out of the firm to optimize the tech spend based on the demand and introduce a cost takeout initiative.

Eliminating legacy systems and introducing new technologies and services for more efficient use of your IT dollar is the idea behind IT cost takeout. Reducing day-to-day operational costs in favor of having more dollars available for innovation and new projects is needed for optimization on the part of the CIOs and CTOs. If successful in capturing data around several dimensions, a wisely and smartly reduced spend can whet the appetite for those thinking about starting a cost takeout initiative.

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