Posts Tagged "rationalization"
If the other day we talked about how one of our customers uses checKing AIM to streamline the application portfolio within a large enterprise -saving in maintenance and application evolution cost-. Today we are going to see how yet another customer from the insurance sector(*) benefits from another use of checKing AIM: align the business with the application code.Read More
We are starting a series of articles showing how our happy customers use the rich functionality of checKing help them to tackle their needs and how thanks to its flexibility adapt its capabilities for more demanding scenarios.
The amount of code and the different technologies present in today’s organizations make not only software quality to be a priority. The management and rationalization of those resources should be high up in the priorities list as well. Get to know the relationships between the different software components helps to identify those that are never used, those are heavily used -making it risky to do certain changes-, the interactions between different technologies, etc.Read More
When we think about Application Lifecycle Management and many other IT processes that complement it, independently of the various possible methodological approaches at hand, the following schema proposes two axes to observe the portfolio of your software assets (APM), and the projects required for their development and evolution in time (PPM).Read More
Yes, you read it right, results & benefits. After all I have explained about rationalization, the complexity of your application portfolio and the more or less painful process your organization has to go through; you need results and tangible benefits. Otherwise, why bother, right?
So, I didn’t want to close this series of articles without a takeaway, or more precisely a bunch of them. Here you have the 8 most relevant results and benefits your organization will get by rationalizing its application portfolio.Read More
We are progressing on our understanding why you may want to rationalize your application portfolio and we have seen why without knowing this complexity, the task of rationalization is more difficult to tackle.
Now I want to talk about how, what are the steps you must take to bring to light all the factors, evaluate them and show them to the various managers so they can make better decisions in order to face application rationalization. So let’s talk about the rationalization process.Read More