Software has become a key competitive differentiator in nearly every industry.
This is why many companies now recognize software development and delivery as a make-or-break business process that is key to growth and profit.
Unfortunately, many organizations fail to derive optimum value from their software development teams.
There are delays and inefficiencies caused by poor collaboration and friction that results from disconnected tools and information silos.
Isn't there a better way? A better way to exploit the investment in the existing tools, a better way to streamline
information flow, a better way of achieving visibility across the entire project team, and a better way to promote collaboration among different software lifecycle disciplines? Actually, there is.
Learn more in this e-book.