The Gap between Business and Information Technology

August 30, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

There was a time when it was necessary to translate business concepts into something programmers understand and vice versa.
The Information Technology department was a value add-on service a company have for convenience and not a necessity. The position Chief Information Officer (CIO) does not even exist. The IT manager was a minor executive under operations. Today, things have changed. Information Technology is not just mission-critical, it is at the center of all the workflows in all the departments. But that is only true for innovative companies. According to a Forrester report, the truth is still a war between old-school technophobe leaders and the technology innovation that represents a completely different way of doing business. This is why decades after the digital age, the same Forrester report shows that a majority of commercial organizations still have not achieved digitization. The article explains in detail the logic behind digital transformation and bridge the gap between business and IT.
-Miyagi Kazuki

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