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  • Short listed | Real IT awards


    Good luck to the two E.ON teams short listed for the Real IT awards this evening. We have been working with E.ON for three years and one of the projects, the Flexible Demand project, is being recognised this evening at the awards. For ten years, The Corporate IT Forum has run its Real IT Awards […]

  • Paying the price of a poor relationship


    One of our clients is mid-term on a 5-year old IT outsource agreement with a major supplier. The relationship is based on the premise that over the term of the contract they will save my client a significant amount of IT cost, amounting to millions of Euros. All seems fine on paper, however, my client […]

  • Bob the Agile Builder

    bob the agile builder

    We tend to think of agile as a ‘new thing’. After all, it was only a few years ago in 2001 when the great and good got together and wrote the Agile Manifesto. However, following an enlightening conversation with my builder Bob – he seems to think that agile has been around for much longer. […]