Global Information Partners is the consulting arm of the Information Management Forum and is dedicated to exceeding client expectations in measurement and financial governance of large Information Technology organizations. The client companies of Global Information Partners include many of the largest IT organizations in the world including 3 of the Fortune 10, small and mid-sized companies, foundations and government organizations.
The Information Management Forum was founded by five forward-thinking CIO’s who envisioned peer-to-peer learning in a strictly vendor-free environment. Though vendor-sponsored networks and research companies have expanded and saturated the IT landscape over time, IMF’s goal since its beginning in 1975 has been to be the best source of experiential data in IT for a select group of members while remaining strictly vendor-free. The diverse base of members utilizes IMF as an extension of their staff to achieve their goals. For over thirty years one constant remains the same: IMF’s only motive is its members’ success.
The quantitative Global Information Partners and the qualitative Information Management Forum share the same values: open information exchange, extreme objectivity and close client relationships. The partners of Global have worked together for several years and have gained valuable knowledge from their seasoned experiences. Our ideas are based on extensive experience and are not encumbered by outdated tools and models. Global Information Partners is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with branch offices in the United States and Canada.
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