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Why Should You Implement APM Program?

There are many reasons to implement application performance management (APM) within an organization. Here are just a few:

1. To ensure that applications are running smoothly and meeting user expectations.

2. To detect issues and optimize performance before they cause customer impact. 

3. To improve overall business performance by reducing response time to customer requests and maximizing asset utilization. You can also visit here to know more about application performance monitoring (apm) team benefits via GermainAPM .

4. To comply with regulatory requirements such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which requires organizations to vigilantly monitor and manage their financial reporting processes.

5. To reduce costs associated with support and maintenance activities for aging or legacy applications.

6. To identify opportunities for improvement in application architecture, design, and development practices. 

7. To maximize ROI from IT investment by identifying areas where improvements can be made without additional costs or staff involvement. 

8. To make key applications more valuable through performance enhancements, faster response times, or increased functionality.

9. To reduce support costs and risks of downtime by better managing application upgrades and server patching.

10. To improve the utility of existing applications by adding new features, improving usability or providing greater data security and control to users.

11 . To identify what information is needed for employees to perform their jobs effectively and efficiently in the everyday world.

12 . To ensure employees have access to necessary information when performing their jobs including personnel, financial and corporate records, health information, client lists and accounts, etc.