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You’ve transformed your applications...NOW WHAT!?!

hpimage2.jpgWith a successful transformation under your belt, the last thing you want to have happen is to lose the results of your efforts…and that calls for managing your newly transformed applications in a different way. So don’t look back, look forward!

 

In an interview with Outsourcing Center’s Ed Quinn, Vice President, HP Applications Development and Management Services talks about transforming the way customers manage their applications to sustain the results of a transformation. Within the article You’ve Transformed Your Applications. Now What? Ed lays out a plan that can yield on-going efficiency improvements and opportunities to eliminate unnecessary costs for increased effectiveness well into the future.

 

“Whether you choose to manage then transform or transform then manage, continual portfolio optimization is where the rubber meets the road. There are techniques and tools to help you reap the full benefits of your applications, and maintain those benefits to realize a positive return on investment.”

 

Ed Quinn, Vice President

HP Applications Development and Management Services

 

Read the article and let us know your thoughts.  How are you continually optimizing your applications?

 

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Comments
Nadhan | ‎07-17-2012 01:06 AM

Thank you much for sharing this, Jill.  The plan Ed lays out in this interview is a guiding force -- a GPS of sorts - for enterprises of today who have reached their desired destination as part of the transformation journey --  @NadhanAtHP 

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