(July 13, 2016)

Getting started with real-time metrics and iterate quickly

In our fourth and final article on real-time metrics, we will look at how to easily implement them in order to obtain fast results.

Quick results are a critical success factor for every information initiative. The starting point is therefore an obvious business problem that can be solved by new or better data. For example, businesses have to understand which financial effects, such as lost sales, result from a system failure. Only then it can be determined, based on the data available, how much effort should be spent on preventing malfunctions.

The integration of data from various expert tools in LeanIX is easy and does not require in-depth expert knowledge.
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(July 11, 2016)

5 use cases solved with real-time metrics

In our third blog article we will examine five specific use cases in which real-time metrics are able to solve problems.

 

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(July 07, 2016)

Better Decisions with Metrics in a Business Context - Case Study

“74% of the companies surveyed indicate that there is no or hardly any integration between IT and business metrics.”


Imagine a renowned insurance company in the year 2016. Business has hardly changed throughout the years. But suddenly customers want to get in contact and interact with their insurance representatives via completely new channels. The still static company website becomes insufficient, mobile solutions must be provided and the application environment, grown over time, must be expanded with innovative cloud solutions.

Furthermore, the insurance provider appears to be confronted with a new kind of competitor for the first time. A great number of startups compete with their increasingly successful, innovative concepts and take a significant share of the market.
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(July 05, 2016)

LeanIX Metrics - data is only valuable in the right context

In a series of blog posts we would like to examine, how the enormous amounts of data that are available to us today can be put into a context with IT thanks to Enterprise Architecture (EA). In this first post we will introduce the subject, in a series of further articles we will explore a case study, in which real-time metrics allow for better business decisions, five use cases for real-time metrics and how you can get started with real-time metrics and iterate quickly.
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(May 03, 2016)

Forrester confirms the importance of BizDevOps and Metrics

BizDevOps and Real-time Metrics are topics that are very important to LeanIX. On the one hand because we notice their importance for our clients every day, on the other because we believe that both are important bases of a modern IT to successfully meet the challenges of digitization. We are very happy that Forrester agrees with us on this path in their current report.

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(April 29, 2016)

Lean Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) – Data quality is the key to transparency

In our series of blog posts on lean EAM today's post will examine the vital role of data quality in the digital transformation. How much of your budget is wasted because of poor data quality? It does not take an expert to realize that a central, collaborative EAM platform is useless if people mistrust the information they get from it.
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(March 14, 2016)

Why you need real-time Metrics as an Enterprise Architect

Enterprise Architecture tools contain static information about the Application Portfolio and dependencies. An EA tool is usually separated from operational data, which is used in operations and development. In the past this was not a tragedy, as development cycles have been pretty long. Sometimes you released only two releases per year. But the world has changed and will change more and more in the future. The business success is dependent on
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