Application Management: Traditional vs. Hosted Application Outsourcing

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Because of the significant business value, it's clear the market is trending to application management outsourcing. Management of ERP applications can come in many forms, including traditional and hosted service delivery methods. In recent years, application hosting has gained a major foothold in the global outsourcing market. For more information about Application Management, visit http://www.oneneck.com/Solutions.aspx today.

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Application Management: Traditional vs. Hosted Application Outsourcing

  1. 1. Application Management:Traditional vs. Hosted Application Outsourcing
  2. 2. Application Management• Market has been trending to application management outsourcing because of the significant business value• The difference between traditional and hosted – Application Location – traditional houses apps at the customer site, while hosting accommodates the applications at the service provider site http://www.oneneck.com
  3. 3. Application Management• The difference between traditional and hosted – Hardware Procurement, Financing and Configuration – company is responsible for these functions in traditional outsourcing, while service provider assumes the responsibilities in a hosting model – Hardware Management – company is responsible for hardware management in traditional model, while service provider is responsible for managing all hardware and guarantees high level of availability in hosting model http://www.oneneck.com
  4. 4. Application Management• The difference between traditional and hosted – Infrastructure and Application Sharing – neither the infrastructure nor the application is shared in a traditional model, while in a hosting model infrastructure may or may not be shared – Advance Technologies – service provider uses automated provisioning, management, monitoring, maintenance technologies and virtualization in a hosted model. These technologies are designed to reduce costs from traditional models http://www.oneneck.com
  5. 5. Application Management• The difference between traditional and hosted – Pricing – flat, per user amount each month for hosted model, while traditional models can involve much complex agreements – Upgrades – no need to worry about software upgrades, patch releases, etc. The service provider assumes this responsibility in a hosted model arrangement• Services can be tailored to specific requirements. The main value proposition on all outsourcing models are lower cost higher service levels http://www.oneneck.com
  6. 6. Application ManagementLeveraging Application Management into theFuture• Application management outsourcing will increase due to cost savings, greater agility, reduced risks and improved system performance• Business have realized it’s not economical to staff 24/7 operation with experts in all aspects of ERP management http://www.oneneck.com
  7. 7. Application ManagementLeveraging Application Management into theFuture• Improved business agility – companies can direct their energies to accomplishing corporate goals• Lower risks and improved business performance – companies will reduced risks of data loss and service provider creates higher availability for any upgrades or latest technologies http://www.oneneck.com
  8. 8. Application ManagementLeveraging Application Management into theFuture• Companies will remain focus on cutting costs and enhancing operational efficiencies• Goals can be achieved through effective application management outsourcing• In-house management ERP applications proves to be unnecessarily expensive http://www.oneneck.com
  9. 9. About the Author• Chuck Vermillion is CEO and founder of OneNeck IT Services, a leading provider of hosted application management and managed services since 1997. For more information about Application Management, visit http://www.oneneck.com/Solutions.aspx today. http://www.oneneck.com
  10. 10. About the Author• Chuck Vermillion is CEO and founder of OneNeck IT Services, a leading provider of hosted application management and managed services since 1997. For more information about Application Management, visit http://www.oneneck.com/Solutions.aspx today. http://www.oneneck.com

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