Topic: application investment management framework

Case Study: New IT Operating Model

This case study describes a new IT operating model – a new process to manage IT investments – that fosters innovation, improves architecture and paves the way to standardization across the enterprise.

Application Investment Management (AIM) Framework

<div>This paper introduces the Application Investment Management (AIM) Framework for "effective" business application planning i.e. the framework helps align "business value with application spending to achieve immediate IT cost savings and reduce ongoing costs by creating a simpler and more disciplined environment."</div>
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7 Steps to Business and IT Alignment

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