Successfully executing big change delivers the steps organizations need to get their strategy into action and get ahead. Each organization’s ability to transform to adapt to present and future requirements is critical to its success. Such transformation programs carry significant strategic and operational risk – and on top of this, the longer the change event takes, the more likely it is to be overtaken by new technology. Cutover helps companies mobilize and orchestrate teams to deliver towards highly focused goals aligned to big change. Cutover enables organizations to move quickly with confidence by allowing them to plan, rehearse, orchestrate and analyze work in order to successfully execute big change events.

Cutover for Big Change Critical Events

    • Migration to “cloud native” infrastructure and ways of working

      Few organizations can claim to be fully cloud native in terms of the tech stack they operate and the people that use it. Whether you’re migrating from an older way of working to a cloud-native environment or starting from scratch with a greenfield tech stack, this is a big undertaking that requires precise human and machine orchestration.

    • Data Center Migration

      Most major organizations are currently undergoing a data center migration of some kind – whether it is consolidating existing services, moving to another physical data center or moving to a private or public cloud. Watch the video below to see how Cutover solves migration challenges.

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    • Transformation Programs

      Cutover helps organizations tackle complex and high-risk transformation programs through improved collaboration, visibility and certainty of delivery, increasing the chances of successful delivery and lasting benefits.

“The ability to automate communications to stakeholders across the business through one system enables us to manage change consistently, reducing customer impact and increasing business confidence in a successful delivery."

Matt Cox, Head of Insight & Innovation, Nationwide Building Society