Enterprise Release Coordination Plan
Continually improve and evangelize the enterprise release coordination function. Facilitate conversations between Project Managers, IT Owners, Business Users and more when conflicting release needs preclude satisfying all project demands. Plan and manage instance coordination function and best practices methodology. Our technology enabler tools assist projects in adhering to gates and criteria processes.
Our products bridge the information gap between your business stakeholders, IT delivery teams, and IT operations teams.
Enterprise releases consolidate and integrate the deliverables of multiple projects that have to be time-boxed or synchronized so that they can be tested and released as a whole.
Release Manager orchestrates the process for creating and communicating enterprise release schedules within the organization.
Prioritization is a key element of release building, and the key inputs to prioritization are the proposed features as well as the quantitative metrics assigned to those features.
Release Manager enables release managers, implementation managers, and business analysts to allocate feature requests to defined releases.
System roadmaps are a key to release planning, they represent a common long-term goal for all teams within the enterprise and developing a roadmap is a highly collaborative process.
Our products support the development of system roadmaps by providing a single system of record, which contains all the planning information across multiple products for multi-year, multiphase programs, and which also works in harmony with other applications.
Listen to our customers
“We knew our delivery requirements and productivity needed to ramp up very quickly. That’s why we ended up choosing Plutora.”
“Plutora aligns with Kaiser Permanente’s focus to strengthen application resiliency, reliability and availability.”
“Plutora improved our test environment management productivity by 140%.”
“We’ve had managers from other departments come to us and say, ‘We like what you’re doing with Plutora. We want to use it too.‘”