.........This perspective aspect of application management would embrace the fine art of information communication. The last decade has seen unprecedented use of technology by all industries as a business enabler. As a result, currently, most organizations spend a significant portion of their IT budgets in maintaining legacy applications or managing multiple applications delivering similar functionalities. Global enterprises can unlock hundreds of thousands of dollars each year through effective application management, making it a critical business imperative.
Some of the key challenges that enterprises face, include:
- Lack of decision making capability among the users and chaos between them.
- High operational cost associated with managing legacy and redundant applications.
- Lack of application alignment with business requirements
- Inability to proactively identify application failures or respond rapidly to incidents based on business importance
- End-user complaints due to application performance or availability issues.
- Difficulty in integrating with web-based and modern distributed platforms and environments
- Inability to meet required service quality objectives.
- Shortage of skilled resources..
- A group of well skilled employees envisage their abilities to the welfare of the customers.
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