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Table of Contents Table of Contents ............................................................................................................................. 1 Enterprise IT at Cisco (2004) ........................................................................................................... 1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 2 IT Governance Styles at Different Levels .................................................................................... 3 Problems with Cisco ..................................................................................................................... 4 Business Process Operating Committee’s (BPOC) Role ............................................................. 4 Conclusion .................................................................................................................................... 6 Works Cited ...................................................................................................................................... 7 Enterprise IT at Cisco (2004)
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Hessa Alnuaimi Introduction Having founded in 1984, the company Cisco was able to gain a reputed status because of hard work and efforts by the company’s workers. The company was able to generate a revenue that was commendable and because of its increasing revenue, financial status and expansion internationally, the function of technology gained value in the eyes of the administration of the company. Before the year 1993, the company gave little importance to IT and considered it an overhead (McAfee, McFarlan and Wagonfeld 3). In 1993, Peter Solvik joined Cisco and made IT the central functionality of the company. He showed interest in starting many projects for the upgrading of IT in the company. He brought many changes and supported the company in adopting IT successfully. However, when Peter Solvik left the company and Boston joined as the new CEO, there were many problems revealed with the current IT adopted by the company (McAfee, McFarlan and Wagonfeld 4). ERP was introduced by Peter Solvik in the company and was installed for handling
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