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Forrester: Measuring the Total Economic Impact- IBM Rational Application Portfolio Management

White Paper Published By: IBM
IBM
Published:  Feb 27, 2014
Type:  White Paper

APM is part of a contemporary approach to modernization and rationalization that moves organizations from tactical one-off decisions about modernizing an application or small groups of applications to making strategic decisions in the context of how well the portfolio suits current and future business plans. At its essence, APM strives to provide transparency into the key business functions an application supports and its health and viability. That brings insight to IT and business leaders, allowing them to make more strategic decisions about application investments and sourcing.



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