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IT outsourcing remains on the horizon as companies focus on core business

Madison, Wis. — Craig Schiefelbein has a warning for chief information officers: By 2007, 80 percent of IT sourcing decisions could be made by lower-level business executives. The CEO of Paragon Development Systems, an IT company in Oconomowoc, said CIOs will have to work to stay involved with the business side of their companies on decisions of......

Full article >>> not possible to become the leader of an organization, that activity should be considered a candidate for outsourcing. It's not really a part of the core competency of the organization. I think it's fair to say that you can debate whether or not that's the right litmus test, but it should definitely be a large determinant."

Schiefelbein also asked CIOs to think about what, if all their ser......

Full article >>> CUNA Mutual, an insurance company, and Schiefelbein pointed to that organization as an example of sourcing management.

"We use PDS to manage our hardware basically, our desktops and laptops and all of that," said Rick Roy, CUNA's chief technology officer. "It's a great example; it's what they do, they do it well, they do it at a competitive price......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 03/02/05


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