Many disruptive technologies such as cloud and mobile computing are revolutionizing the ubiquity of IT, yet many companies are not able to leverage all the opportunities they offer. Many enterprises have still not evolved their application development and operations capabilities into a standardized and tools-enabled framework. Standardized processes simplify execution, yield fewer errors, and empower staff to focus on innovative efforts and less on repetitive tasks.
Instead of fire-fighting, the organization can establish the means to predict and prevent failure. When automation tools are then applied to good processes, productivity and quality of services improve significantly. This will allow the IT organization to function as a service provider, able not only to provision business-focused services, but also monitor their outcomes.
While the vision is compelling, why are so few companies able to reach it?
At this year’s HP Discover, Dr. Chris Nokkentved, CTO for HP Enterprise Applications Services, will discuss how to avoid the roadblocks to transforming your IT organization. During this session, Building the foundation for disruptive change: Value-driven roadmaps for the “Business of IT” (session ID BB2902), he will share the “how” to build a proper roadmap and understand some of the pivotal interdependencies in deploying some of the best practice ALM (application lifecycle management) toolsets from SAP and HP. Finally, he will share how to identify and establish the value propositions for such transformation initiatives.
Join us at HP Discover June 4-7 in Las Vegas for this session and for many other IT and Business topics.