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IT Leaders Find New Ways To Win
What accounts for their successes? Bottom-line efficiency and an eye for innovation are a start.
Top Company: What's In Capital One's Wallet?
An information-driven strategy that blends all areas of business.
Presenting the 2005 InformationWeek 500
The InformationWeek 500 are the nation's most innovative users of information technology. Collectively, this year's 500 companies will spend $147 billion on technology-related purchases. But that's just the beginning of the information this study offers. InformationWeek 500 gathers in-depth information directly from the companies about how they approach and prioritize their IT investments and provides the most detailed industry-specific technology budget information around. Use the study to evaluate your company's approach against one or all of the 21 industries examined in this annual study. Simply click here for industry-specific profiles.
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