Targeted investments in IT require transparency about the strengths and weaknesses in the application portfolio.
Application rationalization can save at least 10% of IT project costs.
Application rationalization aims to increase the value of deployed applications to the business and balance benefits, risks, and IT costs.
Without application rationalization, the unmanaged application portfolio overages. This causes higher operational costs to keep the application running, weak service levels and support, or outdated technology – to name just a few examples.
Key to application portfolio management is the methodical and, above all, pragmatic evaluation of all or a subset of the applications in order to develop strategies, define a project roadmap and apply for necessary investments. Thus, the rationalization of applications is an essential basis for sound IT landscape planning.
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