CAST Highlight subscriptions are priced by the number of applications on-boarded; these can be combined to accommodate any size organization.
* While applications can be defined in several ways and as you could consider any part of your source code an application, whether it’s an entire customer enterprise application or a component of it, we suggest that a typical “business application” is a set of custom code, programs and software components, often made of heterogeneous technologies (various programming languages, databases, customization around a software package such as ABAP around SAP, etc.), that form a well-defined system designed to automate a business process, be operated by an end user or by other applications (an e-commerce app, an Order Management system, a CRM, etc.). While the total number of apps per organization, including all varieties of apps (ie. components, instances running in production, end user apps, websites, etc.,) may amount to thousands, statistics show the average number of business apps per organization varies from 10 to 200+, from small IT departments to large ones. These apps consume most of the ADM spend, as they constantly evolve and carry most of the business risk. These apps are the ideal targets for CAST Highlight.
Prices are set for a company’s application portfolio account. Applications must be applications owned – or licensed to the company client, to support its own business processes or products. The number of applications depends on the chosen subscription plan. There is an additional upcharge for on-premise implementation.