86% of senior decision makers believe they have 2 years to integrate digital initiatives before suffering financially or falling behind competitors.*
Customers are becoming increasingly demanding of businesses and this requires new ways of working. The need for delivery pace to compete is challenging the status-quo and leading to a shift in how change is delivered. Delivering with digital agility requires tenacity to change and bring new ways of working. Gone are the days of one step removed business stakeholders, software developers following the waterfall SDLC process and silos of delivery and operations teams. Joint business and IT teams are now charged with implementing new technologies and organisational culture changes in parallel with integrating, or phasing out, legacy systems and processes.
DMW apply a pragmatic approach to transformation, applying both a business and technical lens to help deliver change with the speed, agility and quality that our clients’ demand. We’ve done this with major global organisations by introducing product management and DevOps techniques alongside legacy processes, starting with small-scale pilots and building to enterprise scale capability. We bring with us tried and tested operating models, agile playbooks, governance approaches and our template for DevOps pipelines (using technologies such as Jenkins, Gerkin, Cucumber and Jira) to accelerate implementation.
We recognise that digital agility is as much a cultural as a technology and process problem; our people have both the IQ and the EQ to help implement change programmes smoothly to achieve genuinely innovative and agile delivery alongside existing ways-of-working.
*according to a recent survey of 700 influential decision makers