Purpose: The research has studied the mediating role of information technology educational strategy and business strategy in information technology management on the performance of knowledge-based companies.
Method: The statistical population includes 5643 experts and managers of the Ports and Maritime Organization; The research sample was determined 360 according to Cochran's formula through simple random and stratified. A standard questionnaire and the structural equation modeling technique were used to collect and analyze data using SPSS and SMRATPLS statistical software.
Findings: Information technology management has a positive and significant effect on the educational strategy of information technology. The educational strategy of information technology has a positive and significant effect on the performance of the company. Information technology strategy has a positive and meaningful mediating role in the relationship between information technology management and company performance. Business strategy is related to business applications and should be aligned with business strategy. Business strategy has a positive and significant mediating role in relation to information technology management and company performance. Information technology management has a positive and significant effect on company performance.
Conclusion: Adopting Information technology management practices brings the company closer to aligning Information technology and business goals, which in turn improves company performance. Higher levels of Information technology management sophistication ensure an appropriate level of fit between Information technology and business strategies, which then leads to the appropriate selection and use of Information technology resources.