Many IT leaders are reinventing themselves with a new set of skills and better business management systems. IT’s job description is changing to encompass more responsibilities and IT leaders must now act as the corporate leader who can manage the cost, quality and value of technology across the company.
Modern IT leaders focus on delivering better value for the spend, offering the right services, at the right quality, and the right price. They are driving a dialogue about cost, quality, consumption, and value between the IT department, the finance department, and the business units using language that everyone can understand. They are driving technology innovation. Modern IT leaders do this by using a Technology Business Management (TBM) system.
Amplify Value with Purpose-built Technology
Our suite of applications combines adaptive data management, visual modeling, and self-service analytics — all built on an extensible platform, delivered as a service. Using Apptio gives you deep visibility into the trade-offs between cost, quality, and performance so you can strategically align your operational and financial processes. For the first time, you can prove the value of IT in terms your business partners can get excited about.
Accelerate Success with Proven Best Practices
Already more than a third of the Fortune 100, among others, successfully use Apptio to break through. We've used insights from these high-performing customers to inform our application roadmap. We continually infuse the collected wisdom and best practices from hundreds of success stories across industries into the DNA of our applications and services.
Join the Community of the World's Best IT Leaders
We collaborate with thought leaders across industries. We are the Technical Advisors to the Technology Management Business Council™ — a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of TBM as a discipline — which ensures your journey is shaped by a broad community of IT leaders, not only Apptio customers.
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Are you looking to be part of the next great enterprise software company in the Northwest? Voted as one of The Best Places to Work in Washington State and backed by industry leading VCs, Apptio is looking for the best and the brightest to join our team.
Apptio is one of the fastest growing enterprise software companies. Leading global enterprise organizations such as Bank of America, Boeing, Cisco, Facebook, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, St. Luke's Health System, and Swiss Re rely on Apptio, and we are backed by some of the world's most prominent financial institutions.
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I have been working at Apptio full-time
Apptio tends to hire excellent people, and that makes all the difference in working here. Team dynamic is strong, and everyone is generally willing to help each other. Product does lots of things very well.
For how "small" Apptio is, departments don't communicate as well as they could. Prioritization of product features and can be skewed more towards firefighting than innovating.
Advice to Management
Facilitate better communication between product and engineering teams and field. We all want the same thing at the end of the day, which is to make a stronger product.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Apptio (Bellevue, WA) in October 2015.
Contacted by a recruiter, went to the interview session the next morning. 3x 1:1 interviews, first is with the person filling for, he leaves the following day, second is with the hiring manager, third is with a team member. Overall the first two were ok, but had to change meeting room on the third session and then all hell came loose. First of all, his body language was extremely impatient almost feeling that I am wasting his time. He first asked some technical questions and although I did answer them he didn't like how I approached the question and said he has better solutions. Then he asked hypothetical question on how I could enhance their business model with public cloud. From the recruiter and the first two sessions, I learned that they are planning to move things towards the cloud ie: AWS. I said that although I am not too familiar with their current business model but assuming that they are technical business management tool providers and have a chance to work with health care industry and would need to be HIPPA compliance. So I suggested a hybrid cloud infrastructure to integrate with already AWS HIPPA compliance infra. To my surprises he replied he doesn't trust AWS compliance and would only build everything on prem. With that statement and his previous reaction to my solutions, I don't want to work with this guy to start tug of war or getting back stabbed when upper management wants to move to cloud. After leaving the interview site I got a call from recruiter that they feel my technical skill is not in their range. I would assume that someone only wants on-prem experience or some other knowledge to serve their needs.