Application portfolio rationalization
Use only the applications that are necessary to deliver your key products and services efficiently, at no extra cost and quickly.
information systems (applications) become redundant
correlating activities (application services) are implemented by separate applications
duplicate data and applications occur
overpriced and inefficient applications are deployed
the organization is dependent on decades-old applications that do not meet the basic criteria (they are slow, costly, inefficient, visually unattractive)
financial cost savings
acceleration and improvement of delivered products and services
Business processes are an important element of an organization that manages and directs the work of the team, the flow of data and the delivery of key services and products. To support the activities involved in the individual processes, information systems are used, which simplify the work, shorten the time of the activity, reduce financial costs in the long term, or reduce the risk of human error. For this reason, a variety of support systems occur in organizations. The absence of the possibility of managing the controlled growth of the application portfolio causes information systems (applications) to become redundant, correlated activities (application services) are implemented by separate applications, duplicate data and applications occur, overpriced and inefficient applications are deployed, the organization is dependent on decades old applications that do not meet the basic criteria (they are slow, costly, inefficient, visually unattractive).
By analyzing the application portfolio, it is possible to reveal applications that are duplicate or possible redundancies in application functionalities, which can be unified in centrally used services and applications. The result is a reduction in financial costs associated with the maintenance and maintenance of applications, saving time spent working with individual applications and accelerating the delivery of business services and products.