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Key Value Alignment – Using Strategic Partnerships to Reduce Risk & Cost

August 30, 2011 by The Bridge Solutions Group Team

Recently I have been talking to friends and clients—some IT techies, some business users, and senior level management — about their implementation lifecycles. Out of my discussions, a few key pain points have become very clear. Many companies’ decision- makers do not have the context, resources, or time to make a fully educated decision when it comes to some of their most important IT investments. Many of them feel that they were sold a truck, and received a compact car, while others feel that they were sold a luxury vehicle, when what would have best served them was a reliable station wagon. Ignoring the funny imagery of your IT sales people as used car salesman, there are ways for you to minimize your risks, receive significantly less biased information, and reduce the pain of a misconceived product implementation. Read More…

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