Boulder, CO. (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
The struggle enterprise IT organizations have with inconsistent and inaccurate data and how seriously it impacts the very business of IT.
The inability to align and enrich data across IT and non-IT systems, e.g. IT strategy, IT Operations, Financial and HR systems, results in wasted Capex and Opex. For instance, the inability to align purchasing system data with data reported by operational systems results in unnecessary software licensing expenses, sometimes by as much as 50%.
Conversely, a current, accurate and dynamic understanding of IT and non-IT data with full market context such as age, costs, support levels, SKU, vendor, etc. improves ROI in IT initiatives from IT transformation, IT financial management, to asset management, audits, provisioning and service delivery.
Former Global CIO of American Express - Toby Redshaw (on behalf of BDNA), and EMA VP of Research, Dennis Drogseth, will address how to overcome these struggles to achieve true business value.
-Dennis Drogseth, Vice President of Research, IT Megatrends, Analytics and CMDB Systems, EMA
-Toby Redshaw, CEO, Kevington Advisors / former Global CIO of American Express
Thursday, February 14, 2013
11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern / 7:00 pm GMT Time (London, GMT)
Those who are interested in attending this Webinar can register at: http://research.enterprisemanagement.com/IT-data-webinar-pr.html
Attendees will learn:
-How to take control of IT data
-What process issues should be considered first
-How to redefine and enrich an IT data collection strategy
-How to share this data across an organization for maximum efficiency
-How this data can be translated into values such as data center transformation, application rationalization, IT planning and governance, and IT financial planning
About Enterprise Management Associates (EMA)
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