Costs & Benefits

Measure, control, optimise

Orienting oneself to the best - that means: recognising weaknesses and one's own strengths in order to improve in a targeted way. It is about prices and services, costs and productivity, employees and processes, customers and users. And the strategy to outperform the IT benchmark.

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The economic situation reinforces the reflex to optimise IT costs quickly. A systematic approach would make more sense and be more sustainable: IT cost reduction must lower expenditure in the right places.

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Costs of IT operations are usually too large, inflexible and misallocated. Often it is a matter of selecting areas with low risks for operations or security - not jeopardising the business benefit.

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Spending on IT security is rising steeply, and it's difficult for companies to determine their position: Am I investing enough in security?

Costs & Benefits

IT service catalogues pay off - if they are regularly updated. Our projects show that without constant maintenance, the gap between best in class and average is widening.