ServiceNow Application Portfolio Management empowers managers to easily manage, continuously analyze and keep track of applications.
With APM, you’ll be able to simplify things in no time. Maintain a current understanding of underlying hardware and software technologies, and streamline your IT infrastructure.
Application Portfolio Management (APM) implemented in ServiceNow
Project & Portfolio Management was traditionally used to manage innovations that were required to meet strategic corporate goals. Projects were the primary vehicle for defining, managing and implementing company innovations.
Projects have been superseded with Programs, Epics, Value Streams, and other Agile and DevOps concepts. However, actual organizational synchronization has been difficult so far.
As if innovative delivery strategies were the only ones that could be used. However, if the strategy and delivery are not well-matched, the return on investment will not be maximized.
The Benefits of using ServiceNow APM
Forget about Complexity
Maintain a current understanding of underlying hardware and software technologies, and streamline your IT infrastructure.
Reduce IT Operating Costs
You can save total IT costs by removing unnecessary and obsolete apps.
Select only what works for you
Evaluate apps and services that support your company skills to make the best tech decisions.
Can I become ServiceNow Application Portfolio Management (APM) Certified?
You bet! Actually, it’s simpler than you’d imagine.
The Certified Implementation Specialist – Customer Service Management exam certifies that a successful candidate has the skills and essential knowledge to lead and contribute to the configuration, implementation, and maintenance of the ServiceNow APM application.
Just imagine that, after being certified as a ServiceNow Implementation Specialist, you can expect to earn an average salary of about $60,000+ per year so let’s get started with ServiceNow CIS ‑ Application Portfolio Management Practice Exam