sponsored by SAP America, Inc.
Posted:  30 Jan 2009
Published:  18 Oct 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

In today's economy, competitive advantage is short-lived, and leading companies recognize that continued investments in the virtuous cycle of technology are required to stay ahead. By answering the following questions, this paper describes how companies can best maximize value from their IT investments and can partake in the virtuous cycle of IT:  

  • Is there a virtuous cycle that drives and accounts for the increase in IT spending?
  • How do companies leverage IT investments to drive competitive advantage?
  • Do all companies extract equal value from their IT investments?
  • How are leading companies maximizing the return from IT investments?



Authors

Chakib Bouhdary
Chief Value Officer ,  SAP
Chakib Bouhdary is chief value officer of SAP AG. He is the founder of SAP’s value engineering framework. His mission is to make every SAP customer a best-run business. Over the past six years, he has built a world-class organization of professionals that is focused on creating value along the entire IT investment cycle for prospects and customers.

Stacy Comes
Director ,  SAP
Stacy Comes is a director in sap’s global communications team focused on thought leadership strategy. She concentrates on creating value-oriented thought leadership and working with strategic customers to validate topics and best practices.



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