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Convincing key executives of potential business value is a key step in winning approval for any project. This research note walks you through identifying three key business metrics and building a successful business case.
In this executive report, Cutter Consortium consultant David Higgins examines methods to determine the business value in a potential IT infrastructure project and discusses methods to communicate those value statements to financial decision-makers.
Aimed at those who must demonstrate the potential ROI of an IT project to executive stakeholders, the report:
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