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About Return on investment

Return on investment (ROI) is a key metric used by CIOs to help quantify the potential success of an IT or business project. ROI metrics are also effective tools for CIOs making the business case for IT spending on a new project or technology. Find the latest return on investment information for CIOs, including news, tips and other resources, in this topic section.