GM Financial Builds a Sustainable, Holistic Continuous Delivery Practice

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Matt McComas VP of Business Platform Operations, GM Financial

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Nearly two years ago, GM Financial (the finance arm of General Motors) set out implement a new continuous delivery (CD) practice in order improve their loan process and better serve their customers. Since then, they’ve been fully committed to improve delivery times and software quality by driving CD adoption within their company. Working with Dev, QA, and Ops, they have collaborated to improve their software factory and have been automate thousands of deployments, and have driven down the time it takes to process loans two weeks to one day. And according to GM Financial, they are just getting started.

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