First steps in Application Rationalization
Application Rationalization is the process of streamlining an organization's software portfolio to optimize efficiency and reduce costs.
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Hello, Our management are very interesting to have a view of Cost of each application. Costing modelization are quite complexe … some application are CAPEX some are OPEX … some have shared ressources (and shared cost).Who have do something interesting on the “cost” application topic ?
The application portfolio is an essential aspect of any IT landscape. Ensuring that the portfolio is optimized to meet an organization’s operational and financial needs is the key to ongoing business success.By reducing complexity, managing cost, and aligning applications with critical business capabilities, organizations can improve their overall effectiveness and competitiveness. A well-organized, up-to-date application repository is essential for all these initiatives. Complex spreadsheets just can’t do the job.Why is application rationalization a relevant use case?For most of the organizations that are using LeanIX, application rationalization is a key use case. The goal is to clean up their application landscape and achieve efficiency gains and reduce costs right away.Application rationalization can also pave the way for other use cases. These initiatives are much easier to realize once you have an efficient IT landscape in place and all redundancies and inefficiencies have been r
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