Strategic IT Financial Management: Achieve Higher Organizational Performance

October 7, 2015

Why consider implementing a strategic financial management methodology?

  • Build a competitive advantage through innovation
  • Maximize strategic alignment through joint business and IT planning and management
  • Focus on strategic execution to ensure realization of the corporate vision
  • Allocate resources to product the greatest business use
  • Overcome the limitations of a purely organizational approach driven by the general ledger application

Review this IT Financial Management case study to learn more about a strategic approach, why it is needed, and how it leads to higher organizational performance by maximizing innovation.

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