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InformationAge - March 27, 2014
Creating a new market category is not easy, but Apptio’s new approach to IT has earned acclaim in some of the world’s largest organisations. With 35 of the Fortune 100 companies now adopting Apptio’s technology business management (TBM) SaaS applications, the company, and its philosophy of running technology like a business, has gained praise from some of the world’s leading CIOs. link_icon
Datacenter Dynamics - March 25, 2014
Technology is intrinsically linked to every department, whether to improve costs, efficiency or drive innovation. However, today’s CIOs are not only being asked to operate with less but are now being pulled toward their internal and external customers. CIOs that remain focused on internal IT concerns are facing extinction. This is why Technology Business Management (TBM) is an essential discipline for today’s IT organizations. link_icon
The Australian - March 25, 2014
US Software as a Service (SaaS) application provider Apptio has teamed up with listed Australian IT services company UXC to launch its presence in the Australian market. Apptio has opened offices in both Sydney and Melbourne and is recruiting local staff, with UXC -- Australia's largest ICT infrastructure solutions and services company -- working as its key distribution partner. link_icon
CIO.com - March 24, 2014
Explosives maker Orica Limited (ASX: ORI) has migrated from Excel spreadsheets to a cloud software suite within its IT department in order to show the wider business the real cost of IT equipment. “One of the things that I have noticed is that IT people are hopeless at communicating to the business, especially people who control the purse strings,” said Orica Australia director of IT finance Peter Fish. “We needed something to help us manage the IT business and enable us to talk to the CFO or CEO.” link_icon
CRN - March 24, 2014
UXC has signed up as the first local partner of Apptio, a seven-year-old vendor that has just launched in Australia. Australia is one of the first regions outside Apptio's home country of the US, and joins global operations in the UK, Germany and the Nordic countries. link_icon
News Release - March 24, 2014
Leading Companies Including Orica and the Australian Government Adopt Technology Business Management link_icon
InformationWeek - February 25, 2014
For decades, the IT department and its leaders (CIOs) have been at perceptual odds with the departments that claim they “run the business.”  In reality, today IT is both a business in and of itself and actually powers other parts of the business.  So why do the negative perceptions persist? And what should CIOs do about it? link_icon
News Release - November 18, 2013
Apptio, the leading provider of on-demand Technology Business Management (TBM) solutions, today announced three key leadership hires, positioning its business for its next phase of growth. Sean Boyle, former vice president of investor relations at Amazon, joins as Apptio’s new chief financial officer. Ted Kummert, a long-time Microsoft product executive, joins as Apptio’s new executive vice president of engineering and cloud operations. And Peter Klein, formerly the chief financial officer of Microsoft, joins Apptio’s board of directors. link_icon
The Wall Street Journal - November 18, 2013
Business-software startup Apptio is adding three executives with experience at public companies, in another sign the company is aiming toward an initial public offering. link_icon
Puget Sound Business Journal - November 15, 2013
Technology executives from Tableau Software, Apptio, Skytap, Seattle Children’s, Premera Blue Cross, Colliers International, Zulily, the Seahawks and Mithun have been named winners of the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 2013 CIO Awards. Technology has become an integral part of all companies. The companies that have become excellent at embracing technology to help them positively impact both the top and bottom lines have excellent technology leaders. It’s the Business Journal’s goal to recognize these top technology leaders — regardless of title — with the second annual CIO Awards. link_icon

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