Study Finds Software Delivery Maturity Tied to Business Outcomes and Revenue Gains
CloudBees, the enterprise software delivery company, today shared results from a study conducted on their behalf by Forrester (News - Alert) Consulting which revealed organizations with a high level of software delivery maturity are three times more likely to grow at 15 percent or more annually. Conversely, those not modernizing their software delivery processes face increasing roadblocks that limit growth, slow DevOps transformations and expose security and risk vulnerabilities.
"The organizations that unravel the complexities of the software delivery process exceed business objectives and grow revenue faster than those that do not," said Stephen DeWitt, CEO at CloudBees. "Those that don't, face issues with collaboration and communication across their organizations which can lead to siloed development, delivery bottlenecks and ultimately, customer dissatisfaction. It's like driving on a dirt road instead of a four-lane highway to achieve your goals. You can get where you're going faster and with fewer potholes along the way."
The study, titled "Modernizing Software Delivery with End-to-End Automation, Orchestration and Collaboration," was commissioned by CloudBees and is based on a survey of 317 IT decision-makers.
According to the study, "Organizations that pair delivery automation capabilities with effective collaboration practices see more successful digital transformations and exceed business expectations at a higher rate than those that cannot. Software delivery maturity is correlated with improved market share, user adoption, innovation and customer loyalty."
Organizations that reach high levels of software delivery maturity also generate continuous business benefits. According to the study, they are more likely to:
Although there is considerable progress, perfection remains out of reach for most.
CloudBees will host "Are we modern yet?" on June 23 at 1 p.m. ET as part of its Software Delivery Leadership Forum webinar series. Guest speaker, Forrester principal analyst Charlie Betz, will give an overview of the study results and lead a panel discussion with Sumit Agarwal, vice president of DevOps engineering of Broadridge, Mitch Ashley, CEO of Accelerated (News - Alert) Strategies Group, Marisa Shumway, vice president of product marketing of CloudBees and Anders Wallgren, vice president of technology strategy of CloudBees.
CloudBees, the enterprise software delivery company, provides the industry's leading DevOps technology platform. CloudBees enables developers to focus on what they do best: Build stuff that matters, while providing peace of mind to management with powerful risk mitigation, compliance and governance tools. Used by many of the Fortune 100, CloudBees is helping thousands of companies harness the power of continuous everything and gets them on the fastest path from a great idea, to great software, to amazing customer experiences, to being a business that changes lives.
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