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miércoles, 19 de enero de 2011

Calculating ROI on IT projects is useful but not sufficient

Calculating ROI on IT projects is useful but not sufficient

The formula for calculating ROI is straightforward, and ROI is a tried and true metric. Nevertheless, CIOs using ROI to gauge the value of an important IT project might want to keep in mind that numbers do lie -- or at least they don't tell you everything you need to know.
"Just because you see a deal with a high ROI doesn't mean you are getting a lot of money back or that it is a better deal than a project with a lower ROI," said Glenn Clowney, director of technology assessment for the Case Study Forum and president of ROI-Calc Inc., which makes Web-based applications for showing ROI.

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