Application portfolio administration With the sn_apm.apm_admin role, you can classify the applications used in the business enterprise. You can also provide privileges to users to do specific tasks, set up indicators to assess application usability, and create bubble charts to help define strategies to maintain applications. With administrative privileges, you can set up application classification attributes to group applications, users and roles to provide level of access and assign tasks, applications assessment indicators to assess applications, and bubble charts to recommend an application strategy. Such a setup helps you to classify your applications and maintain an inventory, provide privileges to users to do specific tasks, assess the application usability by its indicators, and recommend a strategy to plan and execute organization goals. Application classificationClassifying applications into groups and categories helps your organization track and compare the applications. You can identify relationships and redundancies between the applications more easily. You can also build a complete applications inventory and map the applications to the business functions.Indicators and score profiles for assessing applicationsApplication indicators are business metrics that help derive application scores. You can create the indicators and score profiles based on which you can assess your applications.Schedule a data certification taskKeep your business applications inventory up-to-date by certifying the data in the business applications table periodically. Keeping your business application data current helps you to assess your business applications precisely as there are indicators that are dependent on these business applications.Create or edit a bubble chart for application strategiesSet up a bubble chart to compare and evaluate the relative standing of applications in selected categories. The chart helps you determine which applications to invest more in, keep, replace, or eliminate.