Mission Impossible: Increasing Velocity without Compromising Software Quality

Today’s software development organizations are under enormous pressure to rapidly deliver software to clients. This has transformed the software development space into a fast-paced, high-velocity environment — one that is forcing software teams to code much faster and deliver features more quickly.
In a bid to increase software velocity and satisfy the ever-increasing demands of clients, software development organizations have had to adopt multiple technology stacks and new organizational structures, resulting in unexpected challenges.

This white paper will discuss:

  • Increasing Velocity: The #1 Goal Of Software Engineering Teams
  • The Impact of Disruptive Transformations in Traditional Software Development and Delivery
  • The Need for New Metrics
  • How Software Development Organizations Can Regain Control and Visibility
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Mission Impossible: Increasing Velocity without Compromising Software Quality

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By submitting this form I agree that SeaLights may process my data in the manner described in SeaLights Privacy Policy.

Today’s software development organizations are under enormous pressure to rapidly deliver software to clients. This has transformed the software development space into a fast-paced, high-velocity environment — one that is forcing software teams to code much faster and deliver features more quickly.
In a bid to increase software velocity and satisfy the ever-increasing demands of clients, software development organizations have had to adopt multiple technology stacks and new organizational structures, resulting in unexpected challenges.

This white paper will discuss:

  • Increasing Velocity: The #1 Goal Of Software Engineering Teams
  • The Impact of Disruptive Transformations in Traditional Software Development and Delivery
  • The Need for New Metrics
  • How Software Development Organizations Can Regain Control and Visibility