Thursday, December 10, 2009

Transition to industrialized IT is not a mean feat

We have begun to witness the industrialization of IT, writes Chuck Hollis, :

How we build, operate and consume IT will likely be forever changed in a handful of years.  Everyone will be affected.

However, very few of these newer large-scale players have a way to reach IT organizations effectively.  Most enterprise IT organizations want a “high touch” relationship with their vendors, especially when considering something relatively new.

For a service provider that’s focused on being cost-advantaged, that’s a business model problem, since building such an organization is an expensive proposition.  Better to sell your cost-advantaged service through someone else who already has a customer relationship, e.g. a big enterprise IT vendor or their partners.

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- RIM Desk

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