IT Service Costing
- Unit Costing Metrics for Benchmarking and/or Chargeback
- Actionable metrics and analytics for cost reduction opportunities
- Utilization and capacity metrics for "What If" analysis and modeling
- Quantify and understand the TCO for all IT Applications/Solutions
- Fixed vs. variable metrics to understand opportunities for savings
- Configurable dashboards so each user of ComSci's solution can design the information best suited for them
IT Service Costing allows clients to efficiently "convert" their traditional functional budgets to product cost pools allowing IT Executives deep insights into the cost drivers associated with delivering their IT Services. ComSci's flexible, scalable and SaaS-based solution provides rules-based templates for clients to precisely assign costs to activities, services IT supports and products IT "sells".
ComSci's solution provides an efficient and automated solution to establishing, budgeting and understanding the cost drivers associated with the products and services that IT provides to internal clients. As part of ComSci's integrated suite, our IT service costing capabilities facilitates the generation of unit costs to benchmark against industry peers or emerging technologies.
Budgeting and Forecasting
Based on the costing templates developed by ComSci, our solution allows you to maintain your traditional department/general ledger view required by your Corporate Financial systems but also allows for the IT Products and Services views needed by IT executives to run their organization like a business. Our solution allows individual budget owners at either a 'Team level' or individual department manager to capture General Ledger line-item budgets or forecasts through a user-friendly interface. Information is automatically presented for interface to Corporate systems as well for updated IT product and Services costs with their associated unit costs and metrics. Real-time benchmarking and fixed vs. variable cost analytics allows our clients to compare the TCO of their current infrastructure costs against alternative solutions such as Cloud Computing and Virtualization to ensure continual optimization of costs associated with the services that IT delivers.