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China Summary Translation: Synchronize Bimodal IT and Cost Optimization for the Best Outcomes

Published: 23 September 2015

ID: G00291327

Analyst(s): Matthew Cheung, Biswajeet Mahapatra

Summary

Funding, uncertainties and risk are the main reasons why cost optimization techniques vary between Mode 1 and Mode 2. I&O leaders should follow a bimodal IT cost optimization strategy that enables them to clearly differentiate the kinds of projects and define methods to manage and monitor costs.

Table Of Contents

主要挑战

建议

Synchronize Bimodal IT and Cost Optimization for the Best Outcomes

  • Key Challenges
  • Recommendations

Introduction

Analysis

  • Implement a Bimodal IT Cost Optimization Strategy Using the Gartner Cost Value Matrix
    • Mode 1 — Cost Optimization Strategy
    • Mode 2 — Cost Optimization Strategy
  • Implement a Cost-Efficiency Strategy to Drive Mode 1 Initiatives and a Capital Efficiency Strategy to Drive Mode 2 Initiatives
  • Increase the Maturity of IT Financial Management

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