We spoke with Shana Berger, Senior Director of Technology Business Management at Children's Health, to learn more about IT financial management within the healthcare space.
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We took a look at how businesses are anticipated to spend their technology budgets in 2020, along with the latest IT trends and how these impact IT financial management. According to a recent report from Spiceworks on “The 2020 State of IT,” as the business technology market reaches roughly $4 trillion in annual spend, there will be increased opportunities for solution providers to grow their businesses and for technology buyers to innovate and upgrade their services, software, and infrastructure.
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According to a recent report from Spiceworks on "The 2019 State of IT,"
business revenue is on the rise and IT budgets are expected to grow or
remain level in 2019. We created a breakdown of IT spending trends in 2019 and analyzed how these trends impact IT financial management.
Traveling the journey to a mature IT Finance or Business Management Office can sometimes be a rough ride. You can save costly rework, time, and headaches by pro-actively assessing your data, systems, people, and processes in ways that help align them with your goals.
Building a good roadmap can help you navigate your way logically, as well as provide you with an avenue to measure success. Staying on target with your alignment of the goals and visions of the organization overall will ensure continual production of ROI.
Download this whitepaper, courtesy of Thavron Solutions, to learn the important considerations for road mapping and aligning your data and systems for strategic program development, and for insights across typical ITFM projects.
We spoke with a few members of our 2019 speaking faculty to address the following questions: