Take Steps Now to Identify and Capture Real Value Leveraging APM
As you build your enterprise portfolio, you will find that there are a number of software applications at your disposal. While this can be great for teams with various processes and procedures, it can also lead to difficulty in the ability to identify overlapping software capabilities and costs. A lack of a governance process and tools to prevent or reduce the introduction of duplicates likewise leads to increased costs and risks.
Fortunately, there is a solution: Application Portfolio Management (APM).
A properly structured APM program and technology implementation can result in immediate and substantial long-term savings and efficiency gains in your network, while limiting risk.”
APM is a journey, not a project, that involves deploying a leading practice process, staffing the team with leaders that understand the ongoing business value potential and deploying leading technology to support the program.Cask can help you to identify the ongoing value, set up your processes and deploy technology that can capture and sustain value. Click To Tweet
The latest processes and tools can simplify the initial steps to your unique journey. If chosen carefully, these tools can provide substantial savings over time by focusing on the most efficient delivery methods. And the leadership team that applies APM properly will be able to demonstrate its direct impact on business value, growth and innovation.
As you continue to build your enterprise portfolio, you will make many decisions along the way. Make the decision now to make APM an ongoing function and realize a goldmine of business value.
Senior Director, Consulting
Tom has over 25 years of experience as a leader of teams to deliver business results with technology. He is highly energetic with a balanced focus of strategic vision, architecture and operational excellence. Tom also has 20+ years as a Professional Services Leader and has managed large programs at F200 companies, global, across multiple industries and different architectures.