EUDA (End User Development Applications) / EUC - Optimisation and Simplification

Losing track of your EUDA/EUCs? Are they integral to your business but you know they have more potential? We are here to help, along with ClusterSeven.

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The Challenges

Many organisations struggle with the number of EUDAs / EUCs which over time have become critical to supporting their business processes.

These ‘applications’ e.g. Excel, Access, Matlab, R, Qlik etc. are generally developed by the business and operations teams (known as ‘Grey or Shadow IT’) to address new regulatory / business requirements where existing IT infrastructure doesn’t include the right data or timescales for delivering new functionality are prohibitive.

With the pressure of regulation and increased demands from the business, CIOs/CDOs require an approach to help reduce the volume and proliferation of EUDAs / EUCs across their businesses to reduce costs, simplify business processes and accelerate the time to market for new requirements.

The Approach

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Kinaesis working in partnership with ClusterSeven allow organisations to understand where, how and by whom these applications are being used along with a path to optimising and reducing EUDA/ EUC usage. The Kinaesis DataOps methodology utilising the ClusterSeven toolset allows organisations to understand the materiality and inter-dependencies for these applications by capturing the relevant metadata. Once captured, this metadata can then be visualised to create actionable insight/work items prioritised on a business value basis.

The Kinaesis DataOps methodology can be further utilised to empower business users using governed self-service capability - a federated delivery model that allows IT functions to focus on delivering data sets, building reporting frameworks, scaling platform performance and security capability.

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Simon Trewin
Simon Trewin
Head of Solutions Architecture
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Allan Eyears
Allan Eyears
Head of Delivery

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