2003 InformationWeek 500

This report documents business-technology strategies and IT spending of the nation's most innovative users of technology.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

September 16, 2003

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For 15 years, the InformationWeek 500 has tracked the IT practices of the nation's largest and most innovative IT organizations. The InformationWeek 500 report examines the best IT and business practices of these organizations across core areas of operations, including IT budgets, technology deployment, E-business operations, customer-knowledge practices, IT infrastructure, and business and technology strategies.

Use this report to: Examine how IT dollars are allocated at these innovative U.S. companies Understand which IT tools, products, and services are shaping business-technology operations Compare your E-business strategies and performance against 500 of your competitors and industry peers Compare your staffing and outsourcing strategies against the InformationWeek 500 Offering independent, unbiased, and confidential market intelligence, this 12-page report is intended to help you refine your company's 2004 budget plans and priorities. Pages: 12 I've Bought Reports Before

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