The Golden Age of Drive-Thru IT by Kedar Sathe
The True Potential of IT and How IT Sells Itself Short

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Personal technology continues to evolve every day, but business technology does not follow that trend. Business IT is often treated as a necessary evil that can’t be relied upon to take companies to the next level in their corporate evolution. In The Golden Age of Drive-Thru IT, author Kedar Sathe offers useful, wide-ranging, and imaginative advice about how to revive and strengthen IT departments.

Sathe, who has been programming computers since age fourteen, discusses how businesses must establish and execute new IT strategies to maintain and increase their bottom line. The Golden Age of Drive-Thru IT describes various aspects of technology and how IT can rise to every occasion and become a strategic enabler. It shows how IT can become nimble and flexible, yet produce robust and graceful solutions that allow companies to drive toward success in an efficient and enriching fashion.

The Golden Age of Drive-Thru IT communicates how innovative ideas and smart, enthusiastic contributors will allow IT transformations to take place, reinvent itself, rise to its true potential, and stop selling itself short.


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Published April 2, 2013 by iUniverse. 146 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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