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August 24, 2003

IBM's definition

IBM%u2019s On-Demand Defition

Eventually it has to appeal to business owners needs and adapt to business process driven architecture. Currently its a classic case of putting horse before the cart.

Amy Wohl is right on target here -

"Transforming A Business Is About More Than Technology

But it's key's to understand that HOW you buy computing - hardware, software and services - is only one part of transforming a business. There are other dimensions that need consideration.

Each business must identify and make the strategic choices that its particular industry requires for it to become a successful on-demand business.

Individual organizations have to assess their cultures in order to successfully make the people and process changes that will enable them to move to the on-demand business environment. "

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