In 2014, as organizations look to do more with less, IT performance management will be measured by business value. "Organizations are initiating many IT transformation projects to become more nimble, agile and cost-effective. For the success of these projects, organizations will need performance management solutions that are aligned with their IT strategy. Hence, performance management solutions that enable IT agility, end-user satisfaction and operations efficiency will be in demand," said Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO, eG Innovations.
eG Innovations predicts 2014 will see the following top 10 trends in IT performance management.
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