Organizations struggle to manage integration infrastructure effectively. Traditional platforms have limited visibility and control and work only with specific vendors’ middleware. The need for specialized middleware professionals exacerbates these challenges.
Nastel’s Integration Infrastructure Management (i2M) platform offers a singular visibility and control layer over middleware and integration infrastructure providing automated administration, transaction tracking and analytics, and monitoring and observability.
Based on a commissioned Forrester Consulting TEI study conducted on behalf of Nastel, discover how a customer realized 199% ROI and $20.3M in net present value over three years and payback in less than 6 months through secure self-service configuration management, improved efficiency & uptime, and reduced costs from decommissioning vendor-provided, homegrown, and third-party i2M tools.
During this On-Demand webinar with Q&A, a Forrester consultant shared findings based on extensive interviews and discussed the benefits one company shared to develop the TEI study.
Consultant, Total Economic Impact™, Forrester
Nick Mayberry is a consultant within Forrester’s Total Economic Impact practice. He has spent the past decade working as a financial and strategic advisor to technology companies, assisting with developing return-on-investment analyses, financial modeling and forecasting, fundraising, as well as growth and innovation strategies. He has worked with a broad spectrum of companies, from pre-seed startups to Fortune 50 public companies. He is based in San Francisco, CA.
Director, Advisory Board | VP of Product Management and Analyst Relations
A business-to-business (B2B) innovator and products executive with 20 years of progressive experience, Steven Menges is an industry author and speaker on enterprise computing, data analytics, managed service providers (MSPs), IT Security, regulatory compliance, and buyer-centric engagement. Mr. Menges drives adoption and product efforts at Nastel Technologies and leads its Advisory Board.