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  • Why Model-Based Integration is Key for Value Stream Management
    Why Model-Based Integration is Key for Value Stream Management
    Tasktop Value Stream Architect, Zoe Vickers Recorded: Jun 18 2019 30 mins
    Despite the well-documented benefits and criticality of integration, at the enterprise level, integration continues to present big challenges for many organizations.

    The traditional approach to integration – i.e., point-to-point integration between two tools - cannot handle the size and complexity of the work that enterprises are undertaking.

    During this webinar, Tasktop Value Stream Architect, Zoe Smith, will demonstrate why model-based integration is the only way to efficiently synchronize large volumes of sophisticated data across teams and tools, while maintaining integrity and supporting cross-tool reporting.
  • Value Stream Management vs Value Stream Mapping: What You Need To Know
    Value Stream Management vs Value Stream Mapping: What You Need To Know
    Dominica DeGrandis, Director of Digital Transformation, Tasktop and Carmen DeArdo, Senior VSM Strategist, Tasktop Recorded: Mar 26 2019 62 mins
    The emergence of Value Stream Management (VSM) as a concept applicable to IT signals a change for traditional enterprises in a tech-driven world. Finally, organizations have a digital practice available that is focused on the optimization of business value.

    By combining the people, processes, and technologies that map, optimize, visualize and control how value flows across software delivery pipeline, these organizations now have an opportunity to level the digital playing field.

    At the same time, all this talk of value streams and Value Stream Mapping - also acronymized as VSM - is causing some confusion. While the two “VSMs” are different concepts, they are not mutually exclusive. In this webinar, Dominica DeGrandis and Carmen DeArdo answer questions on how they complement one another, what they are and what they can do.

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