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AMM – just a buzzword?

AMM Blog / 7. October 2010

Today’s post is to tell you that our AMM survey is growing and getting even better than I thought.

Since my last posting on this topic we’ve got some new key findings to put into the survey.

It’s amazing that Application Management is not very well known and is understood differently by different people. Everyone – right across the enterprise – uses applications, whether small or large. Sometimes these have reached the end of their lifecycle and the time has come to update to modern versions. The AMbition method helps to identify improvement capacity. It helps to modernize the application landscape. And it helps to show that AMM is not just a buzzword.

What must we do to improve awareness and understanding of AMM?

Your ideas are welcome. Maybe we could launch a campaign to explain what AMM means and what it stands for?

AMM is part of our Dynamic Net-Centric Sourcing core belief.

Does everyone know what this means?

I guess Application Management affects everybody, everywhere, but most people don’t think about it in their day-to-day work.

Things should just work.

See you!




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