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What is Planned Investment

Handbook of Research on Information Management for Effective Logistics and Supply Chains
It is the planned investment in the construction of the software development project.
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Composition of the Financial Logistic Costs of the IT Organizations Linked to the Financial Market: Financial Indicators of the Software Development Project
Edilaine Rodrigues Soares (Faculty COTEMIG, Brazil) and Fernando Hadad Zaidan (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0973-8.ch014
This chapter aims to present the financial indicators in the information management of the software development project in the IT organizations linked to the financial market and how it becomes indispensable in the process of evolution of the supply chain. These financial indicators allows to enable the composition of the financial logistic costs of the month subsequent, from the integration of the different areas, aiming to maximize profits, reduce costs and obtain the return on investment of software development project for better decision making in IT organizations. This scenario allows to compose the financial logistic cost through financial indicators of the software project for better decision making and that allow to accomplish the processes that link the IT organizations in the financial market, benefiting both sides, make organizations more competitive in the market and became indispensable in the process of evolution of the supply chain.
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Planned Investment in Information Technology Companies: Innovative Methods of the Management in IT
It is the process of planned investment that allows to align the methods in building of the association between IT organizations and the financial market.
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