What to prioritize for the remainder of 2022
Written by: Anant Adya
October 4, 2022
IT efforts should focus on modernization for the rest of the year and beyond. Consider this three-step strategy to align people, processes, and technologies
As the calendar year winds down, you may be looking at your IT agenda and wondering what to chip away at in the remaining months. I encourage you to stay locked on the obvious, daunting as it may seem, and modernize, modernize, modernize.
Yes, modernizing IT applications is an unwieldy process. A single project can take months or even years. But it’s essential to digital transformation across almost every industry, and just because it could spill into 2023 and beyond doesn’t mean you should put off getting started.
Organizations will allocate significant funds – some 60-70 percent of discretionary budgets – toward application modernization, according to Infosys’ Modernization Radar 2022 (sign-up required to download), which polled 1,500 senior technology leaders and executives to gauge progress in the modernization journey.
Anant Adya, Executive Vice President, Infosys Cobalt. Anant Adya, EVP at Infosys Cobalt, is responsible for the growth of the CIS service line in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions for Infosys. In his 25 years of professional experience, he has worked closely with many global clients to help define and build their cloud and infrastructure strategies and run end-to-end IT operations. Currently, he works with customers and the industry sales/engagement teams on the digital transformation journey. He defines digital transformation as helping customers to determine the location of workloads, leveraging new age development tools for cloud apps, enabling DevOps, and most importantly, keeping the environment secure and enhancing customer experience.
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