Information Technology – Productivity Paradox as Analyzed by Max Polyakov
This issue was revealed for the first time by Fortune magazine in 1986. From the research carried out by MIT, the efficiency of the people that work in IT was not growing. But, the number of IT machines had always gone up for a period of twenty years. Correspondingly, the average ROI (return on investment) in IT from 1985 to 1995 was just one percent.
NoosphereVentures’ head director, Max Polyakov, in his work cites findings by P.
The situation in Singapore which uses 0.5% of its GDP only on data is notable and it is a perfect case for other nations when it comes to efficiency. Japan has a high productivity rate but it assigns just 1.4% of its GDP to the InformationTechnology section. The United States, on the other hand, uses nearly three percent and the European nations use around 2.5 percent.
InformationTechnology expenditures added up to one trillion dollars this year. On the other hand, the profit of 13,409 worldwide companies for the exact duration added up to seven hundred and fifty billion dollars only.
MaxPolyakov additionally found out that firms that are highly computerized might lose benefits. Their profitability might be big but that is not related to implementing IT in their work. Additionally, Max Polyakov monitored firms from various nations, with distinct undertakings (banking, health, etc). He understood that many companies use IT ineffectively which ruins their financial progress.
The current life requires IT but all details must be taken into account. Increasing new IT is useless because as Max Polyakov revealed, it does not