APM Application Dashboard Value Quadrant

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The Value Quadrant tab in the Application Dashboard shows how the application portfolio is distributed across the Technical Score and Value Score quadrants. The grid portlets align to the quadrants in the chart. This tab consists of the following portlets.
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Use the page-level filters to filter all portlets at once by OBS, Application Source, Installation Type, Application Vendor, Software Category, and Software Sub-Category. To access this tab, click Home, Dashboards, Application Dashboard. Select the Value Quadrant tab.
The following image shows the Application Dashboard with the Value Quadrant tab and portlets.
This image displays the Application Dashboard with the Value Quadrant tab and portlets.
Application Value Quadrant by Annual Planned Cost Portlet
The Application Value Quadrant by Annual Planned Cost portlet displays a bubble graph that plots each application into one of four quadrants based on the application value and technical scores. The graph provides a quick view of which applications are a poor fit and which applications are potential candidates for retirement. This portlet also provides a simple view of those applications that continue to bring the most value to an organization.
  • The bubble size is based on the application annual planned cost. You can determine which retirement candidates can yield the most cost savings. Also determine whether an organization is spending money on applications that yield the most value.
  • Hover over a bubble in the graph to view the Application Name, Value Score, Technical Score, and Annual Planned Cost.
  • Click a bubble to open the application properties page. 
  • The X-axis displays the value score and the Y-axis displays the technical score.
  • Applications appear on the graph according to their scoring. Applications that are a good fit appear in the upper right quadrant. Applications that are a poor fit appear in the lower left quadrant.
The graph includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This graph includes the following metrics:
  • Annual Planned Cost: 
    This amount is derived from the application Cost Plan of Record under Financial Planning. Costs are displayed for the current fiscal year. If the application does not have a Cost Plan, this amount is derived from the application Financial Summary Planned Cost that is prorated for the current fiscal year.
  • Value Score: 
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
  • Technical Score: 
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
Good Technical/Poor Value Score Portlet
The Good Technical/Poor Value Score grid portlet displays those applications that appear in the upper left quadrant of the Application Value Quadrant by Annual Planned Cost bubble graph. The portlet provides a quick view of applications that have a high technical score and a low value score. Organizations can analyze these applications to determine how they can add more value.
  • Rolling your cursor over a score in the grid displays the score value.
  • You can click an application to navigate to the application properties page.
This portlet is prefiltered to include only those applications that have a technical score greater than or equal to 50 and a value score less than 50. Otherwise, it includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metrics:
  • Value Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
  • Technical Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
You can add the following fields to this portlet using the Configure option:
  • Annual Planned Cost
  • Application ID
  • Application Vendor
  • Number of Users
  • Quadrant
  • Risk Score
  • Software Category
  • Software Sub-Category
Good Fit Portlet
The Good Fit grid portlet displays the applications that appear in the upper right quadrant of the Application Value Quadrant by Annual Planned Cost bubble graph. The portlet provides a quick view of applications that have a high technical score and value score so users can easily determine which applications yield the most value.
  • Rolling your cursor over a score in the grid displays the score value.
  • You can click an application to navigate to the application properties page.
This portlet is prefiltered to include only those applications with a technical score and value score greater than or equal to 50. Otherwise, it includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metrics:
  • Value Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
  • Technical Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
You can add the following fields to this portlet using the Configure option:
  • Annual Planned Cost
  • Application ID
  • Application Vendor
  • Number of Users
  • Quadrant
  • Risk Score
  • Software Category
  • Software Sub-Category
Poor Fit Portlet
The Poor Fit grid portlet displays the applications that appear in the bottom left quadrant of the Application Value Quadrant by Annual Planned Cost bubble graph. The portlet provides a quick view of applications that have a low technical score and value score so users can easily determine which applications are candidates for retirement.
  • Rolling your cursor over a score in the grid displays the score value.
  • You can click an application to navigate to the application properties page.
This portlet is prefiltered to include only the applications that have a technical score and value score less than 50. Otherwise, it includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metrics:
  • Value Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
  • Technical Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
You can add the following fields to this portlet using the Configure option:
  • Annual Planned Cost
  • Application ID
  • Application Vendor
  • Number of Users
  • Quadrant
  • Risk Score
  • Software Category
  • Software Sub-Category
Poor Technical/Good Value Score Portlet
The Poor Technical/Good Value Score grid portlet displays the applications that appear in the bottom right quadrant of the Application Value Quadrant by Annual Planned Cost bubble graph. The portlet provides a quick view of applications that have a low technical score and a high value score. Organizations can analyze these applications to determine how they can better meet their technical objectives.
  • Rolling your cursor over a score in the grid displays the score value.
  • You can click an application to navigate to the application properties page.
This portlet is prefiltered to include only those applications that have a technical score less than 50 and a value score greater than or equal to 50. Otherwise, it includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metrics:
  • Value Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
  • Technical Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to
    Final
    .
See the
More Information
links at the bottom of this article for more details on assessments and scoring.
You can add the following fields to this portlet using the Configure option:
  • Annual Planned Cost
  • Application ID
  • Application Vendor
  • Number of Users
  • Quadrant
  • Risk Score
  • Software Category
  • Software Sub-Category