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The easiest way to optimize digital spend, standardize reporting across IT and Business, and plan IT budgets more accurately.


Changing the
conversation between
IT and Business

Align and model your finance data

Link disparate data sources into a global framework (TBM) to get a single source of truth and shift spend from ‘run the business’ to ‘grow the business’ using a single pane of glass view.

Bring speed and ease to your decision-making

See your IT vendor portfolio and variance, contract terms and identify vendor consolidation opportunities in a single source of truth.

Optimize your digital spend

Break the black box of IT spend and uncover the layers of expenditure to elevate conversations with defensible data and value IT delivers by self-funding new emerging technology investments. 

Model Finance data into a common language

YäRKEN utilises the global best practice Technology Business Management (TBM) framework for digital modelling in IT spend and value. Utilising this robust model, IT Finance teams are able to allocate spending across standard account and cost centre names that help provide industry-wide benchmarking capabilities. 


Self-service reporting across IT Opex and Capex

Using YäRKEN Foundation, you can confidently respond to senior leadership questions regarding trends, variances and projections. Empower business stakeholders with self-service capabilities to save Application Owners' time.


Build Financial Literacy capability across IT

Build capability in IT around Finance and core literacy to interrogate and question expenditure to increase accountability with cost center owners.  No more hunting for data; with a single pane of glass, YäRKEN provides a consistent view at your fingertips. 


Manage IT budgets accurately and efficiently

Using a TBM framework to allocate budgets into cost pools and towers, accelerate the IT budget process and uncover insights you never knew existed. You can model data and optimise costs with accelerated planning.


Take Control of
your IT spend.