Typically, software like SAP offers tools for asset management from the perspective of business process. If a company builds a building, that asset could be managed.
But what if a company invests considerable resources to build own software services? Technically, the assets are for example code repositories and software packages which have their dependencies etc.
From what I have seen so far, these digital assets are often not visible to the enterprise resource management because IT and software are considered to be a "service" which is partly true as business function, but nobody would say it's a service to have and maintain a building. It's an asset. So an enterprise information system especially if built by the company, itself or delegated, is somehow an asset too.
So my question is - what are existing solutions, if any, which consider digital software assets and elements of IT enterprise architectures to be part of enterprise resources?
In the infrastructure business, hyperscalers have done a good job by building their own software following service-by-value model instead of service-by-time to introduce valuable and realistic shared resource management.