Connecting Investment Analytics to Corporate Performance
Organizations have invested heavily in infrastructure,
people, processes, products and technology. Revenue,
budgets, technology expenditures all contribute to an organization's
financial performance at any given moment.
But organizations don't stay still. They constantly
evolve to meet new objectives. At ITCentrix,
we see every enterprise as
of investment initiatives designed to underwrite change.
These include infrastructure, applications, projects
Our objective is to provide software to manage those investments
their impact on the organization. At ITCentrix, we empower
business managers and partners to collaborate
and make informed decisions
based on quantifiable and accurate insight.
The ITCentrix software architecture allows users
to analyze organizational assets and understand their
contribution to overall corporate performance. Only
ITCentrix links assets in a connected way ensuring
a total picture that enables managers to perform
what-if analysis and see the true impact on financial
performance, tying back proposed action to revenue,
headcount, budgets and dozens of key performance
The above diagram underscores this approach. Starting
with the business process hierarchy where applications
are mapped to business processes. These applications
support business units (or departments) in the execution
of key processes. The product pool shows assets in
the form of projects, products and applications.
These components are interconnected and flow into
the core ITCentrix analytics engine, a set of mathematical
algorithms and logic that “organically” link
key indicators and provide a singular and connected
view of corporate performance.
Collaboration is managed across the organization
by technology that allows users and managers to share
analyses and perform further what-if scenario testing.
Collaboration can occur at three levels with or without
a centralized database:
- Peer-to-peer: Using email, users can share
portfolios via simple email attachments and
technology that provides asset identification.
Server: Using Internet/Intranet
communications and file server technologies,
shared server provides
access control and management facilities,
enabling centralization without the need
for a database.
- Shared Database: Using
database technology, users can more easily store
and organize substantially
greater historical portfolio information.
Designed to scale, the ITCentrix architecture provides an
aggregated view of portfolios by allowing managers to roll
up portfolios into views that are more manageable and easier
to communicate. Analyses can then be rolled down and actions
can be taken to reflect changes in the portfolio over time.
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solution(s) please contact