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  • Report Critical Sourcing Decisions Depend On Your Application Portfolio Analysis

    October 25, 2012 | Wolfgang Benkel, Lutz Peichert

    In the realm of IT services sourcing, the strategic decisions and vendor selection process for your company's applications and infrastructures are perhaps the most important. Your service...

  • Report Application Retirement — It's Time To Put The Elephant In The Room On A Diet

    February 3, 2011 | Phil Murphy

    John Lennon's song "Beautiful Boy" contains a phrase apropos to the topic of applications retirement: "Life is just what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." In an applications...

  • Report A Workable Application Modernization Framework Is Job No. 1 Now

    April 26, 2010 | Phil Murphy

    We are being crushed by our IT legacy and must deal with the problem now. Bloated application portfolios prevent us from fully supporting new business opportunities and innovation; IT...

  • Report Align Your Enterprise Apps Investment Plans With Industry Trends

    Business Data Survey Results Show That Activity Persists, Despite Recession
    April 21, 2010 | Paul D. Hamerman

    Business process and applications professionals can use our survey-based enterprise applications investment planning data and adoption patterns to help rationalize their 2010/2011 investment...

  • Report The CIO's 2010 Software Outlook

    IT Trades Business Innovation For Cost-Reduction Focus
    February 19, 2010 | Tim DeGennaro

    From September to November 2009, Forrester asked 2,165 North American and European IT software decision-makers for their plans and perceptions on software spending and trends in 2010. Amid...

  • Report Think Lean When Doing Application Portfolio Consolidation

    January 6, 2010 | Phil Murphy, George Lawrie

    Packaged applications, custom-built applications, shrink-wrapped applications, and system software all share a common trait: Mergers, acquisitions, and the passage of time have allowed redundancy...

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