Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Get the most out of your application investments

March 10, 2009 Published by  SearchCIO-Midmarket.com

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Maximizing your application software investments
Karen Guglielmo, Executive Editor

When purchasing application software, many companies buy more than they need -- functionality they will never use, extra modules that will sit on a shelf -- simply because it comes as part of the packaged application. Midmarket CIOs need to embrace all the new tools they get in a deal -- or size the application software deal to pay for only the features they really need.

In this podcast, SearchCIO-Midmarket.com Executive Editor Karen Guglielmo interviews Forrester Research Inc. analyst R. "Ray" Wang about ways to reduce the costs associated with application software investments and how to rework service levels to get the most out of your packaged applications.
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