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Tag Archives: Contracts
Recent and ongoing discussions with industry stakeholders confirm to capioIT that the increasing complexity of technology procurement and decision-making is reaching a boiling point. capioIT estimates that major technology investment decisions now require an average of six to seven … Continue reading
Infrastructure Management in Australia – Can anyone catch AWS? capioIT Releases the Capture Share Report
Australia is one of the most mature and competitive markets for Infrastructure Management globally. After a painful beginning with ill measured outcomes and results, investments and outcomes for Infrastructure Management in Australia has substantially evolved. Cloud has been the central part … Continue reading
I have written about, and patiently waited for many years, to see outcomes based pricing and contract relationships to come to the fore in the delivery of IT or business processes. I had expected them to be most prevalent in … Continue reading
IBM recently held an analyst briefing in Toronto, Canada for leading industry analysts covering the BI, Analytics and Big Data Market. I was fortunate to be the only analyst from emerging markets (Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America) to attend the … Continue reading