Any improvement costs money, energy and time: three assets that are scarce. They are to be handled with care. Sometimes good is good enough. Sometimes a first step, the first result in the short term, is more valuable than perfection in the long term. Many great intentions tend to die in ambition. The Lifecycle Company approach means: a step-by-step improvement of IT, with identifiable steps and direct (intermediate) results.
Innovation of both the existing information systems (architecture, applications) as the IT governance policy.