Capacity Management Goes Straight to the Bottom Linw

Capacity Management Goes Straight to the Bottom Line

A key result of implementing a Capacity Management process within an organization is the return on investment (ROI) that results from the effort. Face it – if an organization doesn’t save money (or avoid spending money), then the CIO and other senior management won’t be interested in the effort.

Watch our webcast: The Changing Landscape of Capacity Management for the Mainframe

At one of our financial services clients, the Capacity Manager has been dutifully tracking the cost savings and “money not spent” for the past few years. The numbers are staggering, and show how important a formal, mature Capacity Management process is to an organization, no matter the business and no matter the size.

Our latest case study, ROI for the CIO: Capacity Management Goes Straight to the Bottom Line puts some of those numbers out there and also shows very clearly why starting or maturing a Capacity Management process is so important.

In addition, you can learn about how organizations have begun to review, evolve, and mature the CM process to keep up with the demands of today in a world where the mainframe continues to be an integral cog in an enterprise’s IT environment. Watch the webcast now!

Rich Fronheiser

Authored by Rich Fronheiser

Rich has been working in Capacity Management for over 20 years and is currently Director of Product Marketing at Syncsort, focusing on athene®, Ironstream®, and other Data Infrastructure Optimization products. Rich joined the Syncsort team as part of its 2017 acquisition of Metron. His work began at Metron in 2003 as the first US-based Principal Consultant, which saw him in a variety of presales and post-sales consulting and education roles supporting the sales organization. In 2011, he turned his attention to product and corporate marketing and became the Chief Marketing Officer of Metron in April 2013 and served in that role through the acquisition by Syncsort. Rich earned a BS in Mathematics from Juniata College (PA) and an MBA (Management) from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He’s also earned the ITIL v2 Manager and ITIL v3 Expert certification.

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