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Presenting the 2006 InformationWeek 500
The InformationWeek 500 winners are the nation's most innovative users of information technology. Collectively, this year's 500 companies will spend approximately $150 billion on technology-related purchases. And that's not all -- InformationWeek's annual study offers much more detail about these technology leaders. InformationWeek 500 gathers in-depth information directly from the companies about how they approach and prioritize their IT investments, providing the most detailed industry-specific technology budget information around. Use the study to compare your company's approach against one or all of the 21 industries examined in detail. Click here for industry-specific profiles.
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