IT Business Alignment is the ability of information technology organizations to produce business value. When achieved, a business
organization is able to use information technology effectively to achieve business objectives - typically improved financial performance
or marketplace competitiveness.
For most organizations, the business objectives are defined by groups like the Board of Directors, Trustees, or Executive Management.
These goals are ultimately listed in Annual Reports, Strategic Objectives, and long-term planning documents. After the planning is done,
objectives are passed down for the organization to achieve these goals.
SamanthaTM modules are focused on allowing IT organizations to prove their business alignment.
This evidence allows IT organizations to win the constant battle for respect, job tenure, improved staff morale, increased job
satisfaction, and more credibility with peers. Tangible result include less push-back on budget negotiations, greater inclusion
during executive planning, and earlier engagement with IT by business project owners.
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