How the Shared Services Strategy is Bridging the Gap Between Business Managers and IT Shops

There is often a disconnect when IT developers and business managers discuss new projects. In order to bridge the gap between the business side of the house and their IT departments, federal chief information officers (CIO) have pressed for a Shared Services Strategy that not only targets IT capabilities but also provides the business case for the move. Consolidating services is not as easy as simply deleting programs and migrating contracts, let alone requirements for new applications to operate on shared platforms. However, new technology has delivered the capability to overcome these challenges.

Download this issue brief to learn how new technologies and the Shared Services Strategy are enabling partnerships between business and IT managers.


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