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What is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)?

What is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)?

Many companies today use multiple software products in their business process. These applications are critical for companies. Therefore, a good application management strategy should be developed to manage software projects from start to finish in order to achieve the level of capability and efficiency of companies. This is where Application Lifecycle Management comes into play. Application Lifecycle Management is a methodological approach that increases control over existing applications.

What is Application Lifecycle Management?

Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is the tracking process that manages software applications from initial purchasing to retirement. The purpose of Application Lifecycle Management is to unify the lifecycle elements of any application and improve IT efficiency. Application Lifecycle Management enables businesses to access more logs about the applications they own and use. According to the information obtained from here, companies can make an investment or an eliminate decision about these applications.

Benefits of Application Lifecycle Management

With the digital transformation, the IT expenditures of companies are increasing day by day. So, do all companies achieve success with digital transformation? The answer is of course no. Only companies that make the right IT investments succeed. It is critical here that CIOs and IT managers dominate the company's IT infrastructure. More systematic management and monitoring of IT infrastructure provide IT teams with the right insights. Implementation of the Application Lifecycle Management strategy provides accurate insights into all applications owned by the company.

We can summarize the benefits of Application Lifecycle Management to companies as follows:

  • Shows all costs for an application.
  • Gives information about application maintenance history.
  • Provides IT investment insights.
  • Eliminates unnecessary applications.

Application Portfolio Management

Application Lifecycle Management is one of the key components of the Application Portfolio Methodology. Application Portfolio Management, a subcomponent of IT Asset Management, represents the business processes for managing and monitoring the application inventories owned by a company. With APM, companies can find answers to their questions such as "what applications do I have?", "which departments use these applications?", "how much do these applications cost?".

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