Government Application Rationalization Playbook implemented in Alfabet Webinar

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Higher Education, US Federal Government, US State & Local Government, Alfabet, Webinar, Enterprise Architecture

The US Federal Government published an Application Rationalization Playbook to assist agencies on maximizing their IT investments. The playbook was developed by the Cloud and Infrastructure Community of Practice (C&I CoP) as a practical approach for agencies to get started on their application rationalization journey. The playbook is based on industry best practices and adaptable for ready implementation within COTS Enterprise Architecture tools and IT Portfolio Management solutions.

Software AG Government Solutions uses its Alfabet EA/ITPM solution to organize and rationalize large application portfolios across the US Government and comes configured to support Application Rationalization and Consolidation. Alfabet is easily adjustable via configuration to be tailored to not just the CoP playbook but also further to agency specific assessment and scoring mechanisms.

In this webinar, we will examine the six phases in the playbook and demonstrate how Alfabet supports each phase. As a workflow-enabled, fully integrated repository, Alfabet can incorporate metrics and measures from other systems to provide many perspectives that lead to rationalization activities or projects.

If you are an Application Portfolio Manager or an Enterprise Architect responsible for assessment and scoring for applications, you should plan on attending this webinar.

Watch this free webinar, today!

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