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How to make your IT-landscape
agile again?

A practical action plan

More and more organizations are dealing with complex IT landscapes full of peripheral applications, customization and legacy software. This has made it virtually impossible for them to respond quickly to new opportunities or technological developments.

Rebuilding the entire infrastructure is not an option because of the many business-critical applications and processes, which are difficult to replace due to their mutual interdependence. So how do you move forward as an organization?

In this whitepaper, you can read about four strategies to make the IT landscape of your organization agile again, making it possible to innovate and renew again.

    • Cause and consequences of complex IT environments.
    • Four change strategies to become agile again.
    • Using enterprise low-code for core applications.

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‘How to make your IT-landscape agile again? - a practical action plan'

“Our motto, strength through collaboration, certainly also applies to our strategic software partner Thinkwise.

Thanks to our successful collaboration, we can continue to innovate successfully in the future as well.” Paul Stoop - ICT Project Manager ERP, VDL Netherlands

Reference case VDL

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Read about the experience of industrial family company VDL regarding the modernization and expansion of their ERP software with the solution of Thinkwise.

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Marijn van de Bree
Business Developer
mvdbree@thinkwisesoftware.com
+31 (0) 88 225 80 00 / +31 (0) 6 835 28 935

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