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An Introduction to HP Applications Portfolio Management (VIDEO)

APM screen shot.gifMany organizations struggle with managing the complexity and size of their applications portfolio.  HP’s Applications Portfolio Management capabilities enable you to assess, prioritize and improve your portfolio for rationalization and modernization opportunities.


Jim Johnson demonstrates HP’s Applications Portfolio Management tool in this short video presentation that outlines the process for identifying troublesome applications and solutions for optimizing your portfolio.




VIDEO link:  HP Applications Portfolio Management


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About the presenter


jmj-color-sml.jpg.jpgJim Johnson, Senior Product Manager, Hewlett Packard Company

Jim Johnson has over 30 years of experience in the information technology industry including software product management, IT portfolio management, consulting, research and development, service offering management, program and project management, systems programming, and system administration. He has industry experience in financial services, transportation, oil and gas exploration and production, telecommunications, retail, distribution, manufacturing, and health care.  Jim lives in Austin Texas where he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, training his dogs and relaxing on the waters of the highland lakes.

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