Enterprise Systems Management

Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis: The Blueprint to What’s Next

Provided by Changepoint

Category Enterprise Systems Management

Type White Paper

Length 5

Publish Date June 15 2016

Date posted July 01 2016

Overview

Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis (IIPA) tools are designed to help today’s businesses track IT assets across the organization. With a real-time inventory of what technology is being used and where, it becomes a lot easier for your enterprise architects to identify where to innovate and align project execution with the overarching business objectives of your company.

Learn how enterprise architects can use IIPA solutions to strategize and outline a roadmap for execution. Every smart business needs a simple, social, and smart IIPA platform to stay competitive. barometerIT by Changepoint is just that. Using data visualization and crowdsourcing, it helps decision makers get a clear view of the organization and find out how technology is being used. The result is smarter business decisions and room for innovation.

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