Las Vegas (May 7, 2004) -- "The most important asset an organization has is a good infrastructure, and if you manage your IT effectively it will be cost effective." That was the message from Grant Thornton's chief information officer to attendees this week at the AICPA's Information Technology Conference.

Addressing a room filled primarily with CPAs responsible for technology purchasing and consulting at their firms, GT's David Holyoak stressed that there's a constant battle between cost and value for clients and firms. He offered several suggestions on how to "deliver effective client services while driving costs down."

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