World-Class IT Organizations Deliver Greater ROI

World-Class IT Organizations Deliver Greater ROI

World-Class IT Organizations Deliver Greater ROIWorld-Class IT Organizations Deliver Greater ROI

World-class IT organizations are significantly boosting the bottom-line of their companies and are helping them move forward in digital transformation efforts.

Cost CutsCost Cuts

A typical company with $10 billion in revenue that is “world class” in IT operations will achieve up to $41 million in annual savings compared to its peers.

Affordable OperationsAffordable Operations

Digital transformation initiatives can lower the transaction process costs of finance, procurement, and other general and administrative functions by 40%.

Higher PriorityHigher Priority

World-class IT organizations allocate 44% of their tech spend per user on actual technology (not related expenses), while their peers allocate only 39% of this spending on tech.

Onerous EffortOnerous Effort

Companies with world-class IT departments will allocate 40% of their tech spend per user on labor, while their peers will allocate 44%.

Timely DeliveryTimely Delivery

World-class IT organizations complete 90% of their infrastructure projects on time, while their peers complete only 80% of these projects on time.

Prompt ProfessionalsPrompt Professionals

World-class IT departments complete 88% of their app development and implementation projects on time, but their peers complete just 79% of these projects on time.

Bottom-Line PerformanceBottom-Line Performance

57% of projects completed by world-class IT organizations meet ROI expectations, compared to just 24% of projects completed by their peers.

Satisfied ExpectationsSatisfied Expectations

90% of projects completed by world-class IT organizations deliver their anticipated benefits, while only 80% of those completed by their peers do.

Shift ModeShift Mode

94% of global executives believe that digital technology will change the way business services will be delivered over the next three to five years.

Disrupted LandscapeDisrupted Landscape

92% of the respondents said digital technology will disrupt their industry and their competitive landscape.

Talent TransformationTalent Transformation

88% of the executives said digital technology will change the talent and leadership needs of IT.

Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty is a contributor to CIO Insight. He covers topics such as IT leadership, IT strategy, collaboration, and IT for businesses.

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