Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
There’s a change in the way businesses look at energy efficiency this morning. From an IT conversation, it’s becoming a business conversation. eBay is leading the way, but RampRate will play a part in it by embedding that language at higher levels in each organization we work with. Look at the live results on eBay’s Digital Service Efficiency (DSE) Dashboard.
by Tony Greenberg and Alex Veytsel of RampRate
It’s not often that we get to be a part of something big and are able to talk about it. Sure, we negotiated groundbreaking deals for some of the biggest streaming events at the dawn of online video, saved buyers hundreds of millions in IT spend, and enabled the coolest online games to be available worldwide. But between confidentiality agreements and letting our clients take the credit, there’s not much fame for RampRate. We have always boiled down IT to nuts and bolts and simplified measurements, always asking the question for our clients- How much are you saying that strategic thing costs? Now the language will be properly socialized amongst key stakeholders in every executives place at the table. Consensus drives decisions and today IT decisions become more actionable and measurable.