Management of business applications A business application is software used by business users to perform a business function. Classify the applications to maintain an inventory and consolidate the business applications. Analyze, assess, and evaluate the applications across various dimensions to estimate their cost and help determine what action to take for each application. You can record the details of a business application manually or import the list of applications from a spreadsheet or a third-party tool. To import data, define a data source and transform map, and run or schedule an import. In APM, add any business application that you want to assess and track for costs, usage, business value, functional fitment, and risks. Add or edit a business applicationUse the Business application form to add the applications that your organization uses based on their functions and the business process they serve to accomplish. In APM, add any business application that you want to assess and track for costs, usage, business value, functional fitment, and risks.Schedule the rollout of an applicationApplication rollouts help you track the successful onboarding of the application in various business entities. Create a record when an application is rolled out to a specific business entity in your organization.Business application relationship with CIs for application informationBusiness application is a new CMDB CI class. You can create relationships between the business application and other CIs. Functionally, two applications can be integrated or connected to each other to establish a relationship between them. You can relate your business applications to other infrastructural CIs like database and webservers.Monitor business applications with the application landscape dashboardView the application landscape dashboard for an overview of all the applications used in your business enterprise. The dashboard provides pre-configured reports on applications, grouped by categories. You can also configure and add reports.