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There is no better source than this report for detailed 2000 IT budget data broken out by vertical market sectors. This year's report also contains and E-Business budget breakout.
October 18, 2001
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How do your company's IT strategies and investments measure up against the nation's top IT innovators? Benchmark your organization's progress against the entire InformationWeek 500 or your vertical industry peers in this comprehensive and in-depth InformationWeek Research report.
Please note: There is no better source than this report for detailed 2000 IT budget data broken out by vertical market sectors. This year's report also contains and E-Business budget breakout.
The 197 page study examines the business practices of the InformationWeek 500 organizations across five core areas of operation. Included is their approach to electronic business, customer knowledge solutions, technology deployment, IT budgets & organization infrastructure and future IT strategies. The report also inclues an in-depth, vertical market analysis across 24 sectors and a demographic overview of the InformationWeek 500.
Matching up against the InformationWeek 500 companies takes an enormous commitment. The InformationWeek 500 report makes it easier to mine.
If you are interested in obtaining a table of contents for this report, please e-mail Mona Kaufman at [email protected] or call (516) 562-7397
Pages: 197Charts: 103
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