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Future-Proof Your Digital Transformation


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by digital.ai

Tuesday, July 14, 2020
11 am ET

Many organizations start their digital transformation journey by automating build, integration, test, and deployment processes. But after you’ve automated your software delivery pipeline, what’s next? How can you go beyond automation of technical work and apply digital transformation across development teams and lines of business? And how do you prioritize security and governance along the way?

Join Andreas Prins, VP of Platform Strategy at Digital.ai for real-world insights on how to plan, coordinate, and get visibility into how your transformation is progressing at scale. Learn how to align with strategic goals, build the right team atmosphere, and understand what is happening in your release pipelines so you can drive more business value from your software release efforts.

Get actionable tips for how to:  

  • Bake security and compliance into your pipelines to save time & resources
  • Map IT activities to company goals to drive better business outcomes
  • Use virtual collaboration software to help distributed teams stay connected and actively drive change
  • Plan out your agile journey to scale from one team to many by using Explorer Maps and Obeya rooms
Andreas Prins
VP of Platform Strategy - Digital.ai

Andreas Prins is VP of Platform 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 platform vision and direction to build an end-to-end value stream management solution that enables the digital transformation of customers.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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