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What Product Lifecycles Mean for Your Business

 
 
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What Product Lifecycles Mean for Your Business

Business cycle: time to react to market issues

Development cycle: time to develop/deploy IT internally

Technology cycle: time external technology becomes available, updated, or obsolete

The challenge: in using IT to support business goals, you have to deal with business, development, and technology cycles, which are rarely in sync.
 
 
Webster is Principal and Founder at at Bruce F. Webster & Associates LLC. He works with organizations to help them evaluate troubled or failed information technology (IT) projects, or to assess IT systems and products for possible investment/acquisition. He has also worked in several dozen legal cases as a consultant and as a testifying expert, both in the United States and Japan.
 
 
 

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