Seattle Business Magazine
June 15, 2012
Though it’s barely five years old, Bellevue-based Apptio is off to an incredibly strong start. In Q1 2012, the software startup scored $50 million in venture capital, quickly outpacing its peers in the region. And for good reason: Apptio is at the forefront of the emerging field of Technology Business Management, or TBM. Apptio’s TBM tools enable managers to assess the cost of IT services, to communicate those costs to corporate leadership, and then to plan, budget and forecast accordingly.
CFO
June 13, 2012
When you get your bill from your vendor, how can you be sure that you’ve gotten what you’ve paid for? Here’s how CFOs can make sure that they’re sure.
CIO Journal
June 08, 2012
Every profession from psychiatry to lawyering has a body that establishes best practices and industry standards, and CIOs ought to have one too – especially at a time when business technology is being reinvented, and the market seems a little crazy. The Technology Business Management Council wants to be that group. Led by CIOs such as Cisco‘s Rebecca Jacoby, the group launched itself on Thursday with a teleconference for 500 members.
CIO Journal
June 07, 2012
A new non-profit group, launched today during a videoconference attended by over 500 members, says it wants to help CIOs by developing best practices and benchmarks they can use to run their IT organizations. The new group, the Technology Business Management Council, is an outgrowth of IT optimization services vendor Apptio, and inherits the vendor’s methodology for managing IT organizations.A new non-profit group, launched today during a videoconference attended by over 500 members, says it wants to help CIOs by developing best practices and benchmarks they can use to run their IT organizations. The new group, the Technology Business Management Council, is an outgrowth of IT optimization services vendor Apptio, and inherits the vendor’s methodology for managing IT organizations.
Businessweek
June 05, 2012
Apptio's software, sold as a Web-based service, evaluates the total cost of infrmation technology services, letting companies budget and forecast expenses more easily. The company raised $50 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, Madrona Venture Group, Shasta Ventures Management, and an undisclosed investor.

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