Implementation Success

Measuring Implementation Success in a Business Transformation

How does your business measure technology implementation success? The usual metrics revolve around whether technology is delivered on time and within budget. However, organisations often struggle with finding a way to link technology changes with the business outcomes that drove them. Teams usually measure success on whether they delivered the technology on time and budget,…

Enterprise Agility: Why ‘Agile’ Isn’t Just About Software Delivery Anymore

Agile Delivery allows IT teams to deliver software fast and keep up with the ever-changing technology landscape. However, the faster deployment of code does not always equal faster value realisation. Not all businesses are able to absorb and benefit from these changes as fast as they happen. Enterprise Agility is needed because Agility should be…

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…

collision management

Reducing the Risk of IT Release Contention

Agile delivery methods facilitate an increased rate of change by removing barriers that prevent fast-paced technical delivery. This promises the delivery of technology change within a business more quickly and efficiently. According to a report by Gartner, over 70% of enterprises say that the rate of change has increased and that they expect even greater…

release slot contention

Safeguarding Release Slots Against Conflict

Weekend release slots for critical events are important assets that need to be protected. Because there are a limited number of release slots in a year, it is essential that every minute of every event is used efficiently and effectively, maximising delivery capacity. This means that multiple release events have to be scheduled for the…