Why shareholder value should be key driver of tech strategy

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New e-book provides worthwhile guidance for non-complex CEOs

CEOs have to have to see tech investments through the lens of the worth they deliver to shareholders, says a CTO who has authored a new e-book on generating the most of your IT investments.

Talking to Tech Monitor, Andrew Hampshire, pictured over, says that in his do the job as CTO for asset administration company Gresham Home, he usually meets CEOs who are frustrated by their incapacity to progress their organisations through technology, which they normally attribute to their personal deficiency of tech-savvy skills.

Hampshire has penned the e-book, Making Value By way of Technological innovation, to aid give guidance to business enterprise leaders to glimpse from the perspective of shareholder worth somewhat than through a technology lens.

He tells Tech Monitor associate editor Cristina Lago that shareholder worth can incorporate economical and non-economical aspects of business enterprise.

“Clearly valuation is dependent on revenue, revenue, funds or debt. But it also components [in] other considerations… like model, track record, current market positioning or your special advertising proposition,” he says.

Read the total job interview on Tech Monitor.