Today’s Organizations Are Wasting Millions in Enterprise Software Delivery
Large enterprise IT projects are 40 percent more likely to fail than smaller projects (under $350,000).
A staggering 28 percent of IT application development fails, wasting more than $70 billion a year in the US alone. Projects that were completed had only 42 percent of the proposed features and represented just a fraction of the original business intent.
Plutora targets the causes for failure in the development landscape and has helped some of the world’s largest companies to dramatically improve their success rate, application quality, and delivery speed across their entire portfolio.
“The average hourly cost of a critical application failure is $500,000.” – Stephen Elliot, IDC
Every project added to the IT landscape increases the complexity of the project, the landscape, and the ecosystem of tools required to deliver applications.
Challenges include a greater number of system dependencies and increased reliance on geographically dispersed, multi-vendor and multi-sourcing arrangements, and a mix of development methodologies.
Complexity challenges are multiplied by attempts to manage each project from inception to delivery or to govern across the portfolio of projects.
The impact of failure isn’t just limited to wasted resources on the project, but may lead to bad publicity, lost business revenue, and a reduction in customer confidence.
Disrupting business IT using Plutora Platform
Plutora provides a single source of truth for managing the application delivery process from inception to delivery and across the entire enterprise portfolio.
The business IT can leverage reporting and analytics to make better decisions. Resources can be better allocated to appropriate projects while IT management has the tools to govern the projects efficiently and effectively. Individual engineering and operations teams can continue to use their existing tools, but they now do so with live reports as well as control from the business. This improved collaboration increases the efficiency of the release effort, enabling faster and more frequent releases with real-time analytics on quality before releases are moved into production.