Posts By Author: Brendan Crowe

About the Author

Brendan Crowe is the Unisys Global Application Services (AS) Solutions Director – Global Enterprise Services. He is responsible for managing the technical solution disciplines of AS, including but not limited to: technology strategy, forecasts, roadmaps and the portfolio development.

Don’t Let a Vast and Complex Applications Portfolio Drag You into the Quicksand – Act Now
Disruptive IT Trends

As organizations continue to add Applications over a period of time, they acquire a vast, complex and bloated portfolio that becomes extremely cumbersome and difficult to maintain. It is quite common for an organization to continue supporting archaic or insignificant applications in the fear of disturbing the status quo.

Posted by: and on December 1st, 2015

The New Landscape of Outsourcing in Financial Services
Financial Industry Insights

With more financial institutions prioritizing “back office” operations, a growth in specialized services has afforded banks with the ability to outsource without sacrificing quality or cost.

Posted by: on June 17th, 2015

Making Your Applications People Critical
Disruptive IT Trends

Today’s ‘always on always connected enterprise’ is teeming with different users not just in terms of demographics but more specifically in terms of roles and IT needs. How do you offer the most relevant applications and cater to the unique role requirements of your users?

Posted by: on July 14th, 2014

The Power of Intelligent Application Analytics
Disruptive IT Trends

Traditional application support systems consume valuable financial and human resources and yet fail to deliver business value. Did you know analytics can play a powerful role in driving effective application usage and overall operational efficiency?

Posted by: on June 2nd, 2014

Explore the Next Dimension of Application Managed Services
Disruptive IT Trends

The next dimension of Application Managed Services operates outside the realm of routine functions to provide real-time, on-demand insights into an organization’s applications estate.

Posted by: on April 25th, 2014

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