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5 Steps to Successfully Deploy IT Systems

| October 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
Deploying IT systems can be a trying experience for any organization. This post gives five steps to help ease the tension and confusion inherent with deployment, including tips like embracing a “process centric” approach, creating a governance committee, and communication. While achieving agreed upon cost and timeframe is always essential, the steps included in this blog are sure to increase the success of IT system deployment.

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