Maximize Your Technology Assets with Our Portfolio Rationalization Process

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The benefits of completing a project will be felt throughout your technology and business organizations.

By their nature, application portfolios become bloated and ineffective over time—an ever-increasing number of applications across multiple platforms, duplication and redundancy, and misaligned systems or technologies whose ability to deliver value continues to degrade.

The result is budget and staff allocation focused on shoring up an aging structure with little or nothing left over to invest in new initiatives.

Successful organizations continuously evaluate the effectiveness of their applications and systems and take action to improve the business practices that will maximize business value.

We provide the guidance to make that happen! Using our recognized methodology you will optimize and rationalize your current technology and application environments to ensure alignment with your overall enterprise goals and objectives.

The result will be a dramatic cost savings in a relatively short timeframe.

So quit patching and start building for the future…it’s one of the most logical and forward-looking projects any IT organization can complete!

an Application Health Check is the Best Way To Leverage the Right Technology With A Shrinking Budget

An Application Health Check Will...

Solve Problems

  • Aging technology base.
  • Skyrocketing maintenance budget.
  • Growing need for security.
  • Scarcity of skills needed to support outdated technologies in place.
  • Escalating cost of data centers.
  • Enormity of application portfolio.
  • Continuous reduction of IT budget
 

Address Challenges

  • Deciding where to start.
  • Validating current portfolio to secure adequate IT budget.
  • Examining “health” of existing application portfolio.
  • Identifying Process redundancies.
  • Identifying Data redundancies.
  • Measuring the value of each current application.
  • Understanding the extent and result of on-going “redundancy creep.”
  • Align applications with the business units and goals they support.
 

Provide Answers

  • Optimize the number of applications within your application portfolio.
  • Ensure Processes and Data are automated in applications as few times as possible—ideally only once!
  • Align applications with the business and goals they support