Mavim enables the inventory and management of IT portfolios from one central location. Operating from one single source of truth ensures the alignment of Business and IT goals and facilitates effective communication with stakeholders both in and outside the IT department. Mavim can synchronize with existing CMDBs to speed time to value.
The Mavim platform creates insight into an organization’s IT landscape, including all applications, the technology that sustains them and the business processes they support. Mavim helps organizations with complex legacy IT systems experience significant cost reductions, achieve efficient operations, and create space for the adoption of innovative technologies.
Learn more about how Mavim can help you create a Digital Twin of your Organization.
The Foundation of a Digital Twin of an Organization
With Mavim, companies can create a dynamic, virtual representation of their organization in its operational context – what Gartner calls a Digital Twin of an Organization. Every asset that falls within the context of an organization (processes, technology, architecture, infrastructure, customer interactions, business capabilities, strategies, roles, responsibilities, products, services, distribution channels) can be connected, reported upon and visualized. Bi-directional functionality facilitates change making to both the live and virtual environments in order to keep the two worlds in sync. This helps business leaders assess the impact of change in a controlled environment.
With Mavim, you can connect the information stored in your CMDB and link it to your organization’s business processes.
Mavim supports the creation of free form visuals which can be used to depict and orchestrate the flow of work across the organization.
Based upon Gartner’s TIME model, Mavim can help you make a business-oriented assessment of your IT portfolio.
Why ITPM with Mavim
IT Portfolio Management is a discipline that aims to capture the characteristics of an organization’s IT landscape in order to evaluate their value to the organization based upon current and anticipated business needs. Previously, IT portfolios were created to house the characteristics of relatively slow-changing applications. However, today’s world requires IT leaders to be able to do more with less resources, while delivering functionalities that support new business initiatives in an agile fashion. Transforming the IT department into a responsive whole that supports the business requires more than traditional application portfolio management offers – it requires gaining insight not only into the characteristics of the applications themselves but the connection that the applications have to the people that use them and the business processes they support.