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IT & Business Transparency

Communicating the value IT contributes to the business can be difficult. Throughput and latency are important to IT operations, but business leaders care about things like cost per transaction.
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September 25, 2015

Connect IT and business by creating transparency from top to bottom. Use the same data and purpose-built views to provide different stakeholders the information they need, from technical details to business and IT alignment.

  • Transform the conversation from IT being a cost center to a business discussion
  • Connect business data, like financials and customer data, with IT metrics, like CPU and I/O
  • Quickly and accurately identify the business impact of performance problems
  • Provide transparency from business leadership down through IT staff 

 

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