Cutover: Thinking Outside the Gartner Box

We’re often asked by potential clients and partners why Cutover is not rated by Gartner. Gartner’s ‘Magic Quadrants’ can be a useful way to understand a service’s positioning within a marketplace. But not all companies or products fit into one of their quadrants. We created Cutover to address an existing gap in critical events management…

change implementation

“Change Implementation: Avoiding the Tragedy of the Commons” – Thoughts from Cutover CEO Ky

Organisations have struggled for a long time over the asymmetry of risk when implementing change. Even when contributing to a single goal, multiple parties coming together to enact a change will bring with them different and often conflicting agendas. For example, when those making the change have no control over how it operates and those…

service orchestration

Why Service Orchestration Needs Human Intervention

There is an assumption that the increased use of automation will remove humans entirely from certain processes within an Enterprise. It is true that automation has taken on a large share of tasks that previously required hundreds or thousands of people, replacing repetitive manual tasks with technology, but Enterprises will always need human intervention. Sometimes…

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Banks Must Embrace Innovation to Reduce Risk

In the ‘third wave’ of Fintech, financial services are working more closely with fintechs and using them to outsource parts of their value chain, such as payments. Although this collaboration can be hugely beneficial for banks and their customers, it does raise the question of how security will be affected. The risk associated with cyber…