Getting Started With Governance of Enterprise IT (GEIT)

| April 26, 2016

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Implementing a governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) system successfully brings myriad benefits including lower costs, greater control and overall increased efficiency and effectiveness. The primary purpose of using a GEIT system is to deliver value to stakeholders. If that value cannot be delivered, or if delivery is not well understood, the resources consumed to implement GEIT will be wasted.

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