Financial Management for IT as a Business
This presentation describes some leading practices for financial management at information technology organizations - the model is IT as an internal business or internal service organization.
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This paper discusses managing information technology as a business - not a supplier or cost center but a fully functioning business value creator. This presentation provides an in-depth primer on performance based IT financial management. The overarching goal of technology financial management is to provide an effective and efficient deployment of IT assets in support of IT services and capabi... This paper discusses different factors and models used to price products and services - the general discussion can be used to create a pricing model for IT products and services. This white paper discusses unit of work model pricing model for application services - identifying, measuring and pricing units of work is described for outsourcing work that can be adapted for an internal IT organization run as a business as well. This presentation discusses pricing strategy - what is price competition? what is value pricing? how to price for market entry? how to leverage discounts? what are the legal implications of pricing. The presentation was created for marketing managers... The authors make a case for value driven pricing for professional services first analyzing the costs of ineffective pricing and then the key elelments of a profitable pricing strategy for professional services. The paper also introduces a framework f... Management should focus on using measurement frameworks that show the hypothesized relationships between desired outcomes and the drivers (or leading indicators) of those outcomes; what's more, developing the right measures and using measurement dat... The disconnect between business and IT is often lamented. A lot is spoken and written about this chasm. Ostensibly, a lot is done to bridge it. Yet, most would agree the chasm still exists. As companies come to understand the magnitude of their dependence on information technology (IT), in today's fast-changing business environment, the situation demands that business executives become more involved in setting priorities and demanding ...
Posted on 04/17/2012 by