Have a firm GRIP on IT.

Plan, Build and Operate your entire IT.
Across Projects, Applications & Operations.
Using an Integrated Process Platform.

Put an end to the chaos of systems and broken processes within IT.

GRIP is a true "one-process, virtualized" platform that unifies IT Governance, Operations Optimization and Integrated Metrics Reporting.

GRIP enables you to manage your Project portfolio, Application Portfolio, Architecture, Demand, Resource/Capacity, project planning etc., besides your one-off manual BI dashboard / IT Metrics Initiatives.

Implement GRIP to manage your entire IT demand-supply chain: from planning, execution through decommissioning, not just from a tool perspective but from process and metrics perspectives as well.  GRIP creates a robust process flow and yields a practical set of reliable metrics to manage IT.

For ease of implementation, GRIP is divided into three processes:

  1. Manage upstream processes with GRIP - Enterprise Portfolio Governance
  2. Manage execution pipeline processes with GRIP - Enterprise Project Portfolio Management
  3. Manage downstream operations processes with GRIP - Service Operations Excellence
  4. For an Integrated Metrics MDM Engine, use GRIP-Metrics

On the average, there are at least ten systems within IT.
Just to collect IT Management Data.
And on top, you have manual hand-off points, tons of Reports and Spreadsheets.

  1. Cut down your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
  2. Enhance your level of management rigor
  3. Move beyond Industry Best-In-Class Business Practice
  4. Seamless transition to the latest technology:
    Cloud Computing and "mobile"-ized platform

Don't put that off any further.

  1. Move away from piece-wise implementations and manual hand-off points
  2. Avoid the slippage of time and money on redundancies and rework
  3. Focus your organization on value-added activities
  4. Overcome the inertia: by the time it lingers to decide,
    you could have made the rollout within just 4-6 weeks.

If you stand still, you are falling backward.
Overcome all "Common Objections":

  1. We already invested. Our processes are fine the way they are.
  2. This is not in my RADAR. I do not have time to get this done.
  3. I do not want to get into long-drawn ERP implementation.

Make it easy to make the switch.
Not just claims, but Key Differentiating Factors:

  1. Our Template-driven, Rapid Implementation Process
  2. Typical 4-6 weeks committed "time-to-go-live":
    with data conversion, configuration, user acceptance and rollout.
  3. Not just software implementation, but process transformation,
    training and engaging the organization
  4. Our "zero IT overhead" inclusive of support and upgrades
  5. Our engagement model - with no hidden fees and surpirses