CA AMS lets you pursue innovation by focusing on your business and outcomes while CA professionals focus on managing your CA solutions. Adjust to changing business levels while reducing the risks and barriers to decisions you make when using CA products and solutions.
CA AMS Day Two
Day one—operational go-live—is an exciting milestone for solution implementation. What happens on day two? The first 90 days after operational go-live is crucial for adoption and gaining confidence with your CA solution. Some organizations may still be deciding whether the solution will be managed in-house at all.
CA AMS Day Two is the flexible transition period you need, whether you decide to manage your CA solution or whether you’d like us to do it for you.
CA AMS Day Two includes a 90-day plan for transition, adoption and enablement, and metrics, plus a migration plan for your teams or for converting to a longer-term CA AMS option. It reduces some risk by providing proactive governance, administration and maintenance after go-live while your teams continue refining skills and confidence. An interim incident management service is included for the rare occasion when your new solution may not respond as expected.
CA AMS Day Two service starts with an initial 90-day term, which can be extended for up to an additional 90 days. At the end of the term, you can choose whether to transition solution management to your teams or to a longer-term CA AMS option.