WATCH: Software AG’s Ian Thompson on Time to Value: Understanding and Organizing Federal IT Assets

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US Federal Government, Alfabet, Enterprise Architecture Management

WashingtonExec’s Amanda Ziadeh sits down with Ian Thompson, vice president of federal civilian for Software AG Government Solutions, to discuss the current objectives driving federal agencies to organize and understand their application portfolios. Thompson also shares some of the challenges agencies face in their application rationalization initiative, how successful federal agencies have started the process and what resources are available.

Software AG’s enterprise architecture management platform called Alfabet, for example, helps users understand their current IT landscape, what IT assets they have, whether those investments align with digital business visions and so on. There’s also a Time to Value aspect agencies should consider.

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