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Microsoft is taking a hefty goodwill writedown for its 2007 purchase of aQuantive. The acquisition didn't deliver the ROI the software giant hoped for.
Country issues call for collaboration worth S$21 million (US$16.5 million) to develop "high-impact, sector-specific" software-as-a-service products to help smaller companies lower costs.
Both Google and Microsoft are advertising their browsers---two pieces of software that are free. Why? There's real ROI to driving platform usage.
Country sees traction in companies adopting common mobile services "enablers" co-developed as part of government-led IT roadmap, Intelligent Nation 2015, and plans for further rollouts, says ICT regulator.
Mozat CEO says just providing access to popular online services such as Facebook and Twitter will not increase telcos' revenue but creating social communities via mobile, which allows access to these services and more, will.
Mobile app developers should build revenue model on combination of advertising and in-app purchases, even if virtual goods are proving to yield bigger returns, note market watchers.
Web-exclusive content increasingly becoming viable channel for content producers and advertisers to increase viewer reach as well as revenue.
Organizations interested in smart grid projects need adequate funding and clear business plan to drive smart grid adoption, says IDC analyst, adding that IT vendors can help drive agenda for discussion among interested parties.
In 21st century world of IT investments, organizations look for IT products and services that are "solutions" to today's business problems and that help companies do better and more effectively.
Linking social media technology to retail portals allows shoppers to be better informed and help spread information online, helping businesses drive sales and returns on investments from social platforms.
(Hint: It must be substantial and believable)I do a lot of sales and negotiating training, and contrary to the current economy, it’s becoming a brisk bit of work. That said, there’s often a tough sticking point for many technology and service firms: crafting compelling ROI statements and tying these to some burning platform issue that motivates buyers to move NOW!
Ninety percent of organizations intend to maintain or grow their application deployments based on the software-as-a-service model, says Gartner.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Jason Hiner: Gartner: Top 10 technologies to watch over the next three yearsLarry Dignan: IT’s challenges: The end of device charging; ROI; Super programmersAre software megavendors too big to stumble?
Lousy training, change management, and documentation are among the top failure-inducing mistakes that IT implementation teams perpetrate against their projects. As I've said in the past:To be successful, users must understand the project’s goals, status, and impact on their jobs. Many projects pay too little attention to training and documentation, especially when the project starts to run over-budget. This oversight makes reduces productivity and can negatively impact the project ROI. In extreme cases, users simply don’t use the new software, bringing the effective ROI to zero.Here's a list of five IT training failures guaranteed to damage any otherwise-healthy project.
Project portfolio management (PPM) software is receiving growing attention from CIOs. Riding this wave, HP sponsored The Gantry Group to analyze key ROI measures for PPM software.
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The promise of remixing existing online services and data into entirely new online applications in a rapid, inexpensive manner, often referred to as mashups, has captured the software industry's imagination since the release of first major example, HousingMaps.com, in early 2005. Since then, mashups have offered the potential to finally make widespread software reuse a reality, enable SOA initiatives to achieve positive ROI, and radically drive down the cost of application development while satisfying large applications backlogs that plague organizations almost everywhere.
IT management takes the top spot in ZDNet Asia's regional survey of IT priorities and concerns, a trend set to continue.
Recently, I described the need to consider implementation costs when calculating enterprise software ROI. Implementation costs are a major variable in the ROI equation, since service expenses are often unpredictable.
Oracle has officially launched its 11g database and the software giant has taken an interesting approach with positioning--most features can be aligned to an ROI case. Earlier today I asked the question that everyone is asking in relation to new software upgrades these days: When will customers upgrade?
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