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Application Portfolio Management with the ArchiMate® Standard

Application Portfolio Management with the ArchiMate® Standard

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In this webinar we demonstrate how BiZZdesign’s APM solution provides a structured, architecture-based approach to manage your application landscape
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In many organizations IT still cannot keep up with business demand. The inability of IT to quickly respond to business demands is caused by the magnitude and complexity of the underlying application landscape. Therefore it is not surprising that application rationalization is currently one of the most urgent topics on the CIO’s agenda. In application rationalization the goal is often twofold: reducing costs and reducing complexity. Getting rid of duplicate or unused applications, and replacing bad performing or overly expensive applications, results in a considerate decrease of application maintenance costs. In addition, cleaning up the landscape helps in reducing its overall complexity so that it becomes more agile.

However, application rationalization is only part of the solution. Yes, rationalization reduces costs and complexity but if it is a onetime event, the result is reverted in no time. After all, new applications are added continuously to the landscape in order to keep up with competition and evolving markets. Application rationalization should be continuous business instead of a quick fix. Application Portfolio Management (APM) is a method to not only rationalize the application portfolio once but to manage it continuously.

In this webinar we demonstrate how BiZZdesign’s APM solution provides a structured, architecture-based approach to manage your application landscape. Our method relates portfolios to architectural models expressed in the ArchiMate® modeling language so that alignment with the application strategy is ensured. The webinar includes a case demonstration with our Enterprise Portfolio Management tool.

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Reference D129
Author(s) Peter Matthijssen and Lianne Bodenstaff (BiZZdesign)
Published 28 May 2015
Duration 1 hour
Type Webinars
Subject ArchiMate
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