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1 Objective assessments of a wide spectrum of data management environments
2 Metrics based analysis of current data management operations and procedures
3 Baseline gap analysis of your organization’s data management maturity as compared to specific business requirements.
Many companies today are under constant pressure to improve the scale of their IT infrastructure as both their business and data needs grow. Over time, operational IT complexity multiplies and a company’s data management approach can change dramatically. Even the most strategically disciplined IT organizations find that their data management capabilities are misaligned with corporate goals. These companies need a clear assessment of their overall data management strategy, their technical alignment with business goals, and their underlying IT processes so that they can develop and maintain scalable, business focused IT operations.
The Commvault® Operational Efficiency Assessment offering provides customers with an objective view into their current data and information management environment. This assessment is facilitated by seasoned Commvault business consultants who help clients generate a detailed benchmark of their operational processes and technical capabilities. Delivery of prioritized action plans is designed to quickly close crucial gaps and improve efficiency. The cornerstone of the offering is a workshop facilitated by Commvault consultants. The offering delivers these key elements:
Assessment Profile – Commvault consultants begin by collaborating with the customer’s executive and data management leaders to initiate the assessment activities and validate critical success factors for the engagement. These success factors become the guiding principles for the duration of the engagement.
Current State Efficiency Validation – In preparation for workshop activities, Commvault consultants team up with the customer to gather essential IT metrics and operating data which will be the baseline for evaluating the efficiency of both current and future data management operations. The data is reviewed with the appropriate IT teams for completeness and context. Designated IT leaders participate in a consultant-led whiteboard session to achieve consensus on the status of existing IT infrastructure and operations.