Monday, September 21, 2009

The Importance of an Information Strategy

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Information-based Decision Making

IT has always been focused on reducing costs through process automation and the implementation of applications. However, that is no longer enough to sustain competitive advantage in a rapidly changing business environment. Today, important business decisions depend on having up-to-date, trustworthy information.

Find out why the implementation of an information strategy is critical to your organization's business success and the key to sustaining your competitive advantage.

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Leveraging Information
Information is stored in many different ways and places on your network including custom applications and emails as well as digital images and reports. Learn how to make sure you're leveraging all of your relevant information to help your organization innovate, grow, and improve its competitive advantage.

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Information on Demand
Effective information strategies are designed to simplify the comprehensive management of data over its lifetime and optimize the overall performance of your business. Discover how an information strategy with an on demand enabled infrastructure can help you achieve your business goals more efficiently.

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Information for Competitive Advantage
Businesses of all sizes must do more than automate their business processes for maximum efficiency and the key is an enterprise-wide focus based on information. Explore the most promising solutions to help unlock the business value of information for greater competitive advantage.

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