IT Health Check
Identify your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in your Portfolio.
As every doctor will tell you, it’s critical to get a check-up once a year – and it’s no different with your application portfolio. Over the year you’ve added new applications, moved resources around, and started new projects. It’s easy to lose track of those changes if you don’t have an objective view of the costs, risks and effort hiding inside your portfolio.
CAST Highlight will quickly inventory your custom applications and provide an overview of the risk, complexity and cost of your portfolio. In addition, it will give you the same metrics for each application, so you can shift resources, retire duplicate applications and minimize risk by focusing on the riskiest applications. All in just a few days.
Visualize the overall portfolio complexity including the effort, time and cost of the application maintainability.
Highlight the areas within the portfolio that could impact the enterprise roadmap.
Utilize objective metrics in order to allocate your budget/spending accordingly.
Highlight is a really helpful tool for an organization like us, it helped us in making strategic decision towards business investment.
CAST complements our offerings in the technology space with hard facts and metrics.
Key Features & Analytics
Fast & Easy
Taking control of your Application Portfolio has never been so easy. Onboard your applications in minutes and get fact-based analytics on software risks, technical debt & software maintenance costs.
Highlight identifies the missing piece in your APM puzzle: exclusive and fact-based insight on your software quality risks through a painless code-level analysis (SAP, COBOL, JEE, C#, C/C++, etc.)
Your code never leaves your environment. In addition, we take care of the confidentiality, integrity & security of your application portfolio analytics – we’ve been certified ISO/IEC 27001:2013
Get immediate access to CAST Highlight – Browse and report on a set of real applications today! Then contact us to start analyzing your own applications.