IT Rationalization-Best Practices approach
IT managers of moderate to complex IT environments are often challenged by business to maximize their budget value and continue to do more with less.
IT Rationalization is a process involving an enterprise wide analysis of the IT portfolio (data, application, infrastructure, organization and business process). By objectively evaluating the portfolio and measuring the cost of each component against the business value it provides, we work with our clients to determine whether to discard, replace, update or extend its usage.
Rapid project completion
Typical savings of 30% on IT technology spend
Solutions delivered on-spec, on-time, and on-budget
Optimized technology portfolio and roadmap for the future
Application & Data
DivIHN’s Best Practices approach to application rationalization involves categorizing your IT portfolio according to return on investment, alignment with strategic goals and other factors, identifying redundancies, and developing and implementing a roadmap to financial and operational optimization.
Business & IT Process
DivIHN’s business analysis discovery techniques capture how a business process works and how individuals from different groups work collaboratively to achieve a business goal. Understanding the current processes and their impact on automation is critical for the development of DivIHN’s Applied Enterprise Architecture recommendation and Transformation Roadmap.
Hardware & Network Infrastructure
DivIHN provides a current state assessment to create a clear picture of the existing hardware and network infrastructure.
IT Team Organization
The DivIHN advisory team includes seasoned IT Executives with C-level experience. Our IT assessment will address staff skills needed to support rationalization and the transformation to the future enterprise architecture state.