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What to Do if Your Organization Has a Central IT Procurement Function

Published: 27 April 2009

ID: G00162536

Analyst(s): Richard Ni


A centralized IT procurement organization as part of the corporate procurement organization has its pros and cons. IT procurement leaders can optimize its functional excellence by capitalizing on the advantages and overcoming the limitations.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • The Rising Importance of IT Procurement
  • Sample Model of a Centralized IT Procurement Function
  • Pros and Cons of IT Procurement Being a Part of Corporate Central Procurement

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