IT spending is seldom popular, and IT managers face constant pressure to pare down their cost centers. But within the IT budget, there is the potential to better allocate people costs and deploy valuable resources to the strategic advantage of the business. Of course, this is easier said than done, since indirect costs and the business impact of IT employees are notoriously difficult to quantify.
This eBook provides IT managers and financial managers a way to assess their IT people spend and understand new options for making central IT a driver of enterprise growth, rather than a support function. Rethinking the people costs of IT opens the door for reallocating the time and efforts of valuable human resources, as well as adding new, strategically-focused IT headcount.