Ten years ago software development spend was less than 1/3 of total IT spend. Today that number is approaching 2/3. The biggest demands on software development are the need for innovation, the need for innovation quickly and the need for innovation delivered fully resilient. In order to cope with these demands, organizations are moving more and more to the Agile Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery world. Many estimate that most banks have 10% of their development in this ‘new’ world. In order to cope, that percentage must increase. As that percentage increases, the need for visibility and transparency into processes becomes more and more critical. Resiliency must accompany this shift and there must be the much sought-after source of record for all change in order to satisfy the auditors. In short, you must have the ability to orchestrate humans and technology at pace.
Cloud Migration


Technology Orchestration


Visibility into every aspect of the change from inception to completion.

Technology Orchestration


Make informed decisions with real-time data and analytics.

Technology Orchestration


Accelerate automation while augmenting and empowering your people.

Technology Orchestration


Remove delays during handoffs between human and automated tasks.

The Power of Human & Technology Orchestration


Although technological innovation transforms organizations, this is only possible with the great talent and vision of the people behind it. Technology is at its best when it augments and empowers people; the automation of manual, repetitive tasks frees people up to focus the things that add value.

The adoption of automation in the right way can help to make work better for people in a number of areas.

Augmented organizations are:
  • 37% more likely to prioritise a culture of continuous learning and improvement
  • 41% more likely to encourage and foster professional development
  • 31% more likely to prioritise high ethical standards
This shows that humans and technology don’t have to be at odds, and combining human expertise with technology orchestration can benefit them in a multitude of ways.

Data is key to the transformation of existing human jobs. Having access to the right data at the right time allows people to do more because they are not bogged down in manual tasks. The technology that drives the production of that data is even more important – the faster you can provide data to people, in an absorbable manner, the better decisions they can make. The reason we have analysts, the reason, in fact, we have CIOs, is that somebody needs to make a decision with all that data.  And that data is processed much more quickly if presented in the proper visual manner.

Here at Cutover, we believe passionately that the more automated our world becomes, the more we realize that what remains is people. And if those people have access to the right data, properly visualized, there’s no problem they can’t solve.

“It’s just too hard to find out what is going on at the weekend and to be able to see what is clicking through without this enterprise view.”

Banking CIO