June 15, 2016 / GuidesFor Team
Customization is the one factor that the 300,000 US companies, looking for the right software for their business requirements, must consider before selecting and buying one. Price, features, after-sale service are all important, but customization ensures that the software is compatible with your IT infrastructure and is aligned with your business objectives. As Spend Matters puts it, ” … the risk of getting irrelevant or wrong advice is high. With software acquisition being a much larger expense to organizations today, they simply cannot risk selecting the wrong software. What can really help is a prescriptive template to go with that advice providing an outline of what business challenges the software you are researching solves, output into a list of requirements that are then matched against your specific business needs.”
TruSight Pulse from application performance management vendor BMC goes the extra mile when it comes to the customization of its dashboard, according to a review from the G2Crowd. A dashboard is the opening portal to any software, and a flexible template that can be customized to a company’s needs can program the software’s functions to adapt to certain business requirements. This customization will help greatly in enhancing performance, tightening workflow, and gathering granular data that is critical to business decisions.
TrueSight Pulse is a SaaS solution for real-time monitoring and alerting of web-scale applications built on either cloud-based or on-premises infrastructure with no code and no latency. Read the review for more. – Cora Llamas
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