Published/updated: September 2017
By Bryan Betts, Dale Vile & Tony Lock
Whether you think of it in terms of digital transformation, improving the customer experience, enabling new business initiatives, or simply keeping up with ever more dynamic markets, many organizations have realized that software is now crucial to their future success. That in turn focuses attention on improving the software delivery process, and indeed on the entire software lifecycle.
This paper presents an effective way for organizations to think about and operationalize software delivery processes. Referred to as the “Modern Software Factory” by our sponsor CA Technologies, and validated via a global research study carried out in early Summer 2017, it is a blueprint for weaving software into the DNA of your business. In practical terms, it is about embracing the principles of agility, automation, insights and security.
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