In conclusion, the study yielded that alignment gap is existing between the business and the IT strategy. The main cause of this gap is the deficiency in business strategy and communication. All organizations should have an IT strategy because it effectively integrates data among employees in the company and outside affiliates which will contribute to overall performance level. The cost of establishing such a system is significant because of this that it can be easy to spend a large amount of money without knowing the benefits of the system to the long-term plans of the organization. Information is a vital resource for any company. Activities should be managed effectively to be able to have smooth operations for the company. Available information is organized into information systems which may be manual, technology-assisted, computerized or a combination of all three. Business Strategy and IT Strategy.
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