Four Steps to Ensure Software Delivery Success in Today's Environment

Presented by

Julian Fish, Director, Product Management and Mark Levy, Director, Product Marketing, Micro Focus

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Events and sudden market shifts can dramatically change the business outcomes for many companies. Today's environment is forcing a transition from the physical world to the digital and virtual world. Companies are accelerating their digital transformation initiatives in order to just survive, while IT organizations are being asked to do more with less. Knowing how to quickly, efficiently, and successfully release and deploy software is critical for the business to succeed. Come join us as Julian Fish and Mark Levy provide the four key steps you need to implement in order to successfully release and deploy software in today's environment. In this live webinar you will learn: • Why delivery velocity alone is not enough • Where cost savings can be made without impacting efficiency • What successful release governance means to your business – and the risks associated with poor governance • How to ensure deliverables are adding significant value to your customers and stakeholders
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