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Business leaders have set aggressive 20% improvement targets for productivity. But IT’s traditional approach to driving productivity through process automation is running out of steam. IT leaders who fail to adapt to the new work environment will leave their organizations at a competitive disadvantage as productivity lags. By 2017, the realities of the new work environment and pressure to grow employee productivity will present five opportunities for IT Access >>>
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- Ready IT to Drive Employee Productivity
- Equip Employees with Competencies, Not Just Tools
- Separate Flexible Interfaces from Foundational Data
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