Information Systems Management Benchmarking Consortium is an association of companies whose members conduct benchmarking studies to identify the best practices surrounding Information Systems Management that will improve the overall operations of the members.
The Information Systems Management Benchmarking Consortium (ISMBC) brings together information systems professionals from a variety of companies to conduct targeted studies on issues related to improving the performance and effectiveness of Information Systems organizations. Group studies target operations, procurement, development and maintenance in different environments (including mainframe, client server and personal computing network environments). Subgroups look at the effectiveness of purchased software and implementation best practices.
The Benchmarking Network, Inc. is an international resource for business process research and metrics. We lead studies with over 140,000 process leaders in over 165 countries. We provide benchmarking training and research to individual companies, professional and trade associations, and industry and process based groups. Since 1992, our over 300 benchmarking studies have spanned virtually all processes and industries to identify measures and collect data to identify best practices including:
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