A common issue IT leaders in top organizations often face is lack of clear communication. Therefore visibility is also a critical element that many organizations are lacking. When department heads feel out of the loop with what is going on in their IT environment, they are unable to diagnose departmental issues or events that occur. Organizations are then unable to tackle issues in an efficient, rapid matter leading to increasing costs.
Many IT organizations lack much needed visibility into their own assets. Without a clear view of IT resources, maintenance requirements, and the cost of operating various systems and platforms, managers have little insight into departments' present and future needs.
Although IT is constantly receiving more data, they face multiple roadblocks to visibility. First, an issue they face is that they do not have an effective method of combing separate data sources that does not slow down the way IT operates. Monitoring multiple data repositories and systems is not a time or cost effective way to achieve visibility.
The second issue is that many departments are not well-equipped to adopt and integrate analytics into their organization. Some organizations fail to recognize that integrating data and analytics into their organization is a transformation. In order for organizations to succeed in being transparent with their departments they need to be fully committed to analytics, ensuring that they have implementation strategies.
Tune in for this demo on optimizing assets and configurations. Numerify asset analytics helps managers improve planning, budgeting and asset allocation by measuring their financial impact, maintenance history, and service record.
Numerify asset analytics helps managers improve planning, budgeting and asset allocation by measuring their financial impact, maintenance history, and service record.