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Using the Available-To-Promise Feature of ERP Systems

Consumer packaged goods firms that improperly use ATP risk significant disruption to customer service, supply chain. 

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A Better Way To Reduce Costs In M&A

By streamlining deal-related software licensing efforts, CIOs may leverage existing licenses during the transition and manage compliance risk more effectively. 

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IT outsourcing more popular than ever

Global outsourcing and offshoring see steady growth despite threats of increased regulation.

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An introduction to cyber war games

Cyber war game activities let companies practice their responses to a range of cyber incidents.

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How to earn credibility, influence as CIO
CIOs in high-performing companies tend to be valued more by their companies, leading them to enjoy greater credibility and influence, according to new research from Deloitte’s CIO Program. But applying the lessons learned from these CIOs requires fulfilling prerequisites first. In this article, the second in a two-part series, the fundamentals of prioritizing like a high-performing company CIO are examined.

What some CIOs do differently than others
As CIOs confront the challenges of near-constant change inside and outside their organizations, they can glean insights from the ways in which peers in market-leading companies are shaping their roles. New research from Deloitte’s CIO program reveals that CIOs in high-performing companies do things differently. They prioritize performance and growth, relationships, talent, customers and cybersecurity—and they are rewarded with more budget, budget control, and strategic input.

Can CIOs use risk to power performance?
While risk management has long been part of CIOs’ job descriptions, risk-taking has been harder for them to stomach. A volatile business environment is now forcing CIOs to address an expanding array of technology-related risks. Owen Ryan, CEO of Deloitte Advisory, discusses the economic virtues of taking calculated risks and explains how taking chances on certain technologies can help power performance.

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