Consumption and Demand Management
- Provides Business Managers' with insights into their consumption of IT Resources
- Strengthens partnership between Business and IT Executives
- Delivers cost and consumption information around the solutions IT Delivers to the Business - Typical cost savings of 5-10% through reduced demand (Gartner Research)
- Moves relationship between IT and Business from "You cost too much" to "how can IT help me grow my Business?"
- Configurable dashboards so each user of ComSci's solution can design the information best suited for them
ComSci assists IT organizations in attaining cost control and transparency. Our solution delivers an in-depth understanding of the costs involved in delivering services to business units. It fosters an environment where the business unit managers become partners with IT, ensuring IT services are more effectively and efficiently consumed.
Whether our clients require a chargeback or "showback" process, ComSci delivers detailed metrics and information to the business illustrating the cost, quality and value of the IT services consumed by business units. IT finance is provided with a holistic view into the total consumption of IT expenses with a powerful analytics tool to perform scenario and "what if" planning.
Enables All Managers to Reduce IT Costs by Managing Demand
ComSci helps clients think in terms of economics. Armed with information, every manager can understand their IT consumption and, going forward, can make informed decisions about IT Expenses.
ComSci's web-based reporting product is easily deployed across organizational and geographic boundaries to create a single, unified, comprehensive global view into the IT expenses.
Better Data Means Better Decisions
By utilizing Bill of IT with Line Item details, business unit managers gain the information needed to make data-driven decisions. This information enables the business to forecast IT requirements more accurately, track and manage usage, and make more thoughtful choices. Once managers understand what they are paying for, their focus quickly changes from asking "Why are my workstations so expensive?" to "What technology do we need over the next 12 to 24 months to maintain our competitive edge?"