Changepoint's barometerIT evaluated for Gartner’s 2016 IIPA Magic Quadrant

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Changepoint’s IIPA solution, barometerIT, evaluated in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis Applications

Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis provides the “wide-angle view” of enterprise assets to connect strategy and execution for IT leaders, PMOs, business decision-makers and technical leaders like CIO’s and enterprise architects. Building on two consecutive years of “Visionary” status, barometerIT, Changepoint’s cloud-based data management application, has again been evaluated alongside other solutions providers for Gartner’s 2016 IIPA Magic Quadrant.

barometerIT provides a real-time map of your enterprise assets by inventorying data from people-driven crowdsourcing and third-party system integration. barometerIT’s visual capabilities illustrate relational data using graph technology and rich visualizations. Armed with a dynamic enterprise asset map, organizations can make smarter, more informed business decisions backed by real-time, authentic data about the current state of their enterprise.

The end result: Real-time, authentic data that unleashes accelerated decision making.

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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis Applications, Daniel B. Stang, Stefan Van Der Zijden, 22 November 2016