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In fast-paced business environments, most businesses rely on IT. Business units continuously require planning, development and management of IS aligning with their business strategies. In this continuous process, an IS organization performs business analyses as well as planning and application functions for IS environments in a position of mediator between both business and IT units. In recent years, monitoring and evaluation of developed information systems has become an important tasks, which is inevitable and essential for making IT investment decision. This organization is generally referred to as an 'IS strategic planning team', 'IT planning team', 'information strategic team', and 'IT strategy planning team', etc., and is collectively referred to as an 'information strategic organization'. This paper aims to identify ‘IS Planning Capability’ as the most important critical factor for information strategic organizations and examined how different factors that can affect planning capability, and further impacts on IS planning satisfaction in business units.