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Software Selection, Part II

This is Part II of a two-part post that walks you through a framework for software selection. In this post, we’ll cover the steps you should take after you’ve defined your goals and documented requirements. Create a Long List Don’t create just a short list of a few software products you know of or a […]

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Do the Basics First in Reports and Business Intelligence

It’s like baseball. You want to focus on the fundamentals before you try the expert moves. Let’s say you’re watching your local team slide in the standings, as we have unfortunately seen with the Pittsburgh Pirates. You’ll hear the sportscasters and managers and coaches talk about getting back to the basics before they get fancy. […]

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How to Build a Winning IS Strategy

In the last post, The Biggest Software Mistake Your Company is Probably Making, we covered the basics of what an information systems (IS) strategy is and the importance of having one in place. This week, we’ll dive deeper into what makes a good IS strategy and how to build one for your company. What makes […]

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The Biggest Software Mistake Your Company is Probably Making

Most companies spend a lot of time thinking about IT — information technology – which refers to computer hardware, computing capabilities, storage, transmission, security, etc. Virtually everyone works on or with a computer or electronic device of some kind. Evolving technology is “in our face” all the time. You can’t help but see colleagues with […]

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