IDC Releases Chief Financial Officer Top 10 Predictions for 2013
14 Jan 2013
This year, CFOs and CIOs will move to “zero capital” and transform the IT financial model
Framingham, MA – January 14, 2013 – IDC hosted a webinar “IDC - 2013 Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Predictions: Emerging Issues Driven by the IT Financial Footprint” highlighting the top 10 predictions for the year ahead. Featuring analyst Joseph Pucciarelli, the session provided organizations with insight and perspective on long-term industry trends along with new themes that may be on the horizon. The Predictions Webinar series is designed to help company leaders capitalize on emerging market opportunities and plan for future growth. An audio replay of today's webinar will be available within 48 hours. To access the replay, please visit http://bit.ly/IDC_Predictions2013_CFO.
Prediction 1 - CFOs and CIOs will move to “zero capital” and transform the IT financial model.
Prediction 2 - By 2016, LOB execs will be directly involved in 80% of new IT investments; radical changes in IT governance and financial management practices will quickly follow.
Prediction 3 - New IT platforms are exposing the organization to a new set of regulatory, security and contractual risks.
Prediction 4 - Capital funding is the primary internal mechanism to instantiate IT strategy; new funding oversight controls must emerge for services-centric IT organizations.
Prediction 5 - The Zero Capital IT model will enable accurately assess-ing IT (services) costs, (more) accurately measuring LOB profitability, and prioritizing divisional opportunity.
Prediction 6 - Through 2018, asset-impairment concerns for existing capitalized IT facilities and gear will emerge as a major factor in IT cloud services adoption strategies.
Prediction 7 - As IT cloud services mature, increasing numbers of mid-size and large enterprises will seek IT facilities outsourcing contracts to rationalize datacenter assets.
Prediction 8 - Finance will rise to the big data/analytics challenge and assume a leadership role in vetting the new data assets driving business decision-making processes.
Prediction 9 - The escalating proliferation of smart phones and tablets will require new asset and expense mgmt practices, polices and control regimens.
Prediction 10 - As business value shifts from asset ownership to “IP” (software, cloud & social), Finance will be challenged to help business leaders quantify Contributed Value/ROI.
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About IDC Predictions
A hallmark of IDC’s offering for three decades, the annual Top 10 Predictions reports provide IDC's outlook on the IT market, across industries, in the coming year. IDC will publish dozens of Top 10 Predictions documents for 2013. Please visit www.idc.com/predictions2013 for a complete listing.
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