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World-renowned author Geoffrey Moore kicks off strategic initiative today in San Francisco with CEOs of Box, GoodData, Jive, Marketo, Okta, Skyhigh Networks, Zendesk
SAN FRANCISCO, June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading enterprise software companies together with Geoffrey Moore, author of Crossing the Chasm, today launched an initiative to promote the transition to user-focused technology, putting end-user experience at the center of IT planning and architecture. The User-Centric IT initiative is a collaborative undertaking between Geoffrey Moore and Box, GoodData, Jive, Marketo, Okta, Skyhigh Networks and Zendesk, and was unveiled today to CIOs and other IT leaders at an event in San Francisco.
At its core, the User-Centric IT initiative is designed to guide IT leaders in moving to a framework that puts the needs of their employees first, empowering them to be more productive, agile and effective.
"As the business world becomes increasingly digital, mobile and cloud-based, organizations must transform how they deliver IT," said Geoffrey Moore, managing director of Geoffrey Moore Consulting. "It's no longer about the best or most cost effective technology stack - it's about the technologies that make the information worker most productive. The User-Centric IT initiative inspires this change, and as IT adopts this roadmap, users can access and share information faster, more easily and without barriers, thus leading to better business results."
Moore and the founding CEOs introduced the User-Centric IT model today in San Francisco before an audience of CIOs and other IT executives. They discussed the five key principles that define a user-centric organization, in which the role of technology is to:
For more information – or to find out how user-centric your own organization is – please visit http://www.usercentricit.com.
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