6 Reasons Why You Need Value Stream Integration
February 14, 2018

Nicole Bryan
Tasktop

Connecting best-of-breed tools for planning, building and delivering enterprise software is on many companies' radar. In fact, nearly 50 percent of the Fortune 100 have mastered delivering software at scale by defining and creating a value stream network through integration.

By scaling their Agile and DevOps transformations, they are reaping the benefits. They have a complete view of the software delivery process across all teams, tools and projects, and can easily see where the bottlenecks are — and where they're losing value. They are in full control of the process, and so can focus on continuous improvement and innovation. Time to value is at the forefront of everything they do.

But with so many other initiatives to manage, it isn't a top priority for all companies now. Many organizations believe it's wiser to wait. But in fact, the business case to integrate now is very strong — in fact, it's "do or die" territory.

The below infographic outlines some key reasons why organizations should integrate their software delivery value stream immediately.

Nicole Bryan is VP of Product Management at Tasktop
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