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AMM Blog / 14. April 2010

I would like to introduce myself, I am Ed Lewis the new AMM Offering manager – Application Outsourcing, Management & Modernisation has been at the heart of my IT career for over 15 years.

Following on from Arndt’s opening AMM blog, which summarised very well what challenges our customers are facing and how we will address them – I would like to focus on two topics that regularly I hear from our clients regarding their Application landscapes:

  • Cost reduction – sustained & committed TCO savings for Application Management services, we have to step up to making these commitments.  These savings allow CIO’s  & CFO’s  to invest in future business strategies & drive:
  • Innovation – Modernisation of the Application Portfolio is key for a business to drive speed of change & flexibility in adapting to market demands; it also provides competitive advantage & speed to market.  We will continue to see further global collaboration & integration of services within industry sectors – to achieve this our customers must have an application landscape that is fit for the future…

We must continue to commit to our pricing models, develop new technologies & mechanisms which give us a unique edge – we can do this by working with leading technology partners but overall we must continue to ‘Listen’ to our customers…



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