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Don’t Let Technology Slow Down Your Digital Transformation


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Sponsored by Digital.ai

Wednesday, April 29, 2020
1pm ET

Get Past Technical Roadblocks to Accelerate Your Software Delivery

When it comes to executing a successful digital transformation, you often hear about people, process, and technology. Companies are improving and automating IT processes to achieve business agility. Implementing Continuous Delivery and DevOps practices creates a faster and more agile organization. However, organizations are still struggling to make technology changes that have a real impact.

In this webinar, you will learn how new technologies are driving agile transformation through team responsibilities, application landscape architecture, and delivery pipeline changes. We will also share tips for speeding up your IT transformation while adopting new technologies and give insights on how to:

  • Focus on quality first to improve customer satisfaction and engineering capacity;
  • Connect pipelines to bring disciplines together;
  • Build repeatable delivery patterns to accelerate your business.

Andreas Prins
VP of Product Strategy - Digital.ai
Andreas Prins is Vice President of Product Strategy for Digital.ai. Andreas brings real-world experience building and scaling teams to deliver mission-critical software applications. He has extensive experience as an agile transformation coach and as a former manager of a DevOps team. At Digital.ai he is responsible for product management to build Enterprise DevOps solutions that enable the digital transformation of the customers.

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