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Moving towards a cohesive and collaborative system, Berkley Technology Services (BTS) enhanced the IT allocations methodology while changing the conversation from costs to value. Implementation of their TBM system helped shape the decision making...
TBM provides the lens to enable real-time decisions during the year and provides a fact-based baseline to accelerate work at Xerox. With TBM as a foundation for readily-available cost metrics, Xerox IT can support a planned $2.4 billion in savings,...
Jefferies used Apptio’s SaaS applications to enable consumption-based cost allocation in just three months, providing business owners with the true cost of their IT requirements and reducing costs by millions of dollars. What at first seemed like a...
To help the organization better align budgets with project and operational demands, improve business unit engagement in planning, and address SaaS-related shadow IT, CHRISTUS Health’s IT Finance team needed to streamline the planning process....
Health care firms face unprecedented pricing pressure from insurers and regulators. Without the ability to pass cost increases on to consumers, health providers are looking for cost efficiencies in IT delivery. A large, mid-western healthcare...
Nationwide Building Society is the United Kingdom’s fifth-largest financial services provider. An organization with a well-established reputation for customer service, Nationwide is using Technology Business Management (TBM) to turn that culture...
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Cox Enterprises uses standard cost modeling to quickly integrate technology from acquired companies, identify opportunities for consolidation, and manage its consumption of public cloud services.Download the case study to learn how Cox:Moved 60% of...
A large US consumer goods company (9,000 employees and $4 billion annual revenue) needed a better way to balance service capacity and capability against costs and agility. After sinking more than 240 hours into a third-party benchmarking system, the...