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Mobile and BI Initiatives on Shaky Ground

May 18, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Bradenton.com

TEKsystems, the nation’s leading technology staffing and services company, today announced findings from its quarterly IT Executive Outlook survey, conducted in partnership with the Inavero Institute. Nearly half of IT executives surveyed report they are not confident in their Mobile Applications (49%) or Business Intelligence (47%) strategies. In fact, survey results reveal that only 24% of leaders are somewhat or extremely confident in their Business Intelligence strategies, while only 22% are somewhat or extremely confident in their Mobile Applications strategies.

Business Intelligence

When asked to describe reasons for their low level of confidence in their Business Intelligence strategies, 61% of IT leaders pointed to a lack of enterprise-wide strategy. Further, 57% of IT leaders said they do not have the necessary staff to execute on planned initiatives.

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