Featuring Alex Bain, Applications Transformation Consultant, Hewlett Packard Company
This is the last in a series of six short videos describing key components of HP’s Applications Transformation Experience Workshop. This video discusses Architecture.
Note: Look for a future blog that will contain links updated versions of the blogs in this series!
Applications Transformation is a major focus for many organizations today. The challenge for many IT organizations is that they not only have disparate views of their priorities, needs and issues, but it can be a time consuming task for senior IT leaders to come together to reach common ground on their needs, and an understanding of the best way to address their issues.
“In many organizations, application portfolios have grown beyond the IT organization's ability to effectively manage in a budget-constrained environment. Application overhaul helps develop an approach to creating a portfolio that will meet changing business requirements as well as the constraints of the IT budget. The key to application overhaul is that firms need to figure out what they have, how big the problem is, and how they will address it going forward.”
HP has a way to help you accelerate that process of reaching common ground. It is a one day HP Applications Transformation Experience Workshop (TEW) that shows how to positively impact your business, enhance your strategic role in the organization, learn more about what it will take to get started, and actually start the work of defining your own Applications Transformation roadmap.
- Experience the Transformation Journey (video)
- HP Applications Transformation Experience Workshop (website)
- HP Applications Transformation Solutions (website)
About the presenter
Alex Bain, Applications Transformation Consultant, Hewlett Packard Company
Alex has 30 years of operational and consulting experience in transformational change initiatives with major UK and multinational organisations. He leads the EMEA International Expert Team for Applications Transformation and formed and led the Business Architecture consulting practice in the UK in 2009. Prior to joining HP in 2000, Alex performed a variety of marketing, business and project management roles within the IT industry.