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Companies fail to realise benefits from IT projects



Peter Møller Christensen


20 August 2013

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Thomas Juhl, PA IT transformation expert, is quoted in an article about a new survey from Dansk IT – the Danish IT association. According to the survey, one third of Danish companies are unable to realise the benefits of their IT projects. Commenting on the survey results, Thomas points out that one of the main reasons for this is that management is not adequately involved in the projects and is unclear about the objectives.

Thomas says: “Many organisations do not define how they plan to measure the benefits of the projects,” stressing that IT projects must be imbedded in the management group, and that management needs to define the overall business objective of each project.

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