IT Roadmap Planning
Why IRP? Wijzig taal naar Nederlands
Many organisations struggle with the planning and execution of multi-year and complex renewal of Business Applications. Triggers for renovation may include legacy problems, new business strategy, merger and acquisition, business process outsourcing (BPO) etc. Many companies are currently in transition from batch-oriented core applications to full-fledged real-time processing with on-line access for customers and suppliers.

Business applications are often interconnected and complicated. Interconnectivity of business applications may hamper one-by-one redevelopment and lead to complex migrations. The responsibility for these business applications is often split over several internal entities or external service providers. The current diversity of involved parties in business applications distracts from clear focus on large change projects aiming for redevelopment of core applications. The results of these large change programmes are quiet often insufficient and disappointing.