The problem is quite often the reality of what the existing solutions looks like is far from this simple. Throwing money and resources at the existing scenario is like bandaging the cut vs. finding a cure. While many companies imply you can move forward without change, specifically the antiquated idea of IT departments manually controlling a distributed array of chaotic assets, we disagree.
Unified Application Management (UAM) is a simple way to describe the centralization of chaos that most business leaders are trying to get their IT team to deliver. A vision including UAM leads companies toward a centrally managed solution that becomes a working "all in one". When coupled with the NIST Cloud definition, this is a very powerful way to achieve a flexible, interoperable solution while being mindful of, but not constrained by, traditional IT governance and methodologies.