Investing in IT During the Downturn

A clear vision of the path forward helps companies prosper.

August 2009

With smaller budgets and more scrutiny on expenditures, some companies are cutting IT costs to help meet tight budget goals, but that may not be the best strategy. According to Samuel Greengard of Baseline Magazine, “In an economic downturn, those companies that invest, develop, and capitalize on technologies that save money while improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the business have an opportunity to grab significant market and mind share with new and existing customers.” Find out how the State of Delaware and Sui Southern Gas Company got the insight they needed to move ahead.

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