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Bridging the Business and IT Gap


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What does it take to create seamless automation that can handle the increasingly complex needs of modern businesses? The first step is to make business and IT work together and establish common ground and shared objectives. Check out this infographic.

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Bridging the Business and IT Gap

  1. 1. 54% 36% Bridging the IT & Business GapBridging the IT & Business Gap Business 58% 41% 62% 33% sees IT as a speed bump 46% think relying solely on IT creates an operational challenge 37% think IT struggles to support onboarding B2B community members 33% think IT can’t support member technical requirements 486 average number of members in an organization's B2B community 73% of companies use email attachments for B2B communications 44% of companies use phones for B2B transactions Natural adversaries? Maybe. But B2B integration depends on Business & IT working through their different viewpoints to find a way to effectively collaborate. How can Business & IT overcome decades of mistrust? Both IT and Business agree: B2B integration is vital to enterprises providing: Improved strategic relationships IT has too much pressure and too few resources READ THE WHITEPAPER TO FIND OUT Reduced cost Increased revenue ITBusiness IT thinks the integration impact will be tactical, and feelsexpectations are unfairly high. Business thinks integration will have a strategic impact, but doesn’t have confidence in IT’s abilities. They disagree on the business impact of achieving B2B integration. $