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Every business starts with an idea. To make this idea happen, the business needs IT.

As the business grows, so do its IT systems. At some point, there may be hundreds or even thousands of applications and technologies. It’s full of old stuff, some of which should be replaced and some of which overlaps.

It is a huge challenge to stay on top of the growing complexity, and that is even before you think about how to support the future needs of the business. You probably wish you could start from scratch, but you can’t, because all these applications are supporting bits of your business.

What makes the challenge of managing and planning your IT portfolio even tougher is that you have no clear view of it all. You may be aware of the different perspectives of business, projects, architecture, finance, and risk, but you can’t tell how all these functions interrelate, nor how a change in one area affects the others.

So how can you possibly plan the best way to take your IT portfolio forwards? And that’s not all. The world is turning. You may suddenly face a new competitor, a change in regulation. Maybe you acquire a new company, or you urgently have to cut costs.A dose of reality can make the best plans obsolete overnight.

So how do you keep your plans up to date so that they take you where you want to go even when your destinations change? The responsibility falls to the CIO and his or her team, and it is a big headache.

Well, we like to reduce headaches. Our solutions help you to manage your current IT portfolio and plan your future one. We help you to understand what you have, how it fits together, what you can get rid of, what to upgrade, where you want to go, and how you should get there.

We help to plan the transformation of your IT portfolio, make the right investment decisions, and adapt those plans as things change.

We do this by connecting the dots between all your different portfolios: demand, applications, technology, projects, and risk, creating a single IT portfolio that lets you understand everything that is going on in real-time. And everyone involved in IT management can collaborate over the same ensuring that what they do contributes to the bigger picture and doesn’t impact negatively.

The result is that your business gets the IT it needs to make its big idea happen.