You need to deliver digital products and services quickly and consistently. The time to deliver value to customers – time it takes from intent to create value to the delivery of value – through digital products and services is an indicator of your company’s ability to compete and win in the current digital age.

Improving Time to Market for Digital Products and Services

To improve the speed and consistency of value delivered through digital products and services, you have to sustain changes on several fronts.

Watch the Enterprise Leadership Forum (ELF) virtual roundtable webinar recording, where we examined some of the fundamental ideas and practices that companies have to embrace to improve the time to market digital products and services.

Topics included:

  • DevOps mindset and culture: A mindset and culture that enables the fast flow of customer value from development to production and into the hands of the customers, rapidly and reliably.
  • DevOps technical practices and automation: An engineering mindset that automates repetitive tasks so that the smallest measure of value, whether it is a user story or an urgent defect fix, can be delivered at speed and at scale. 
  • Funding product teams: A shift in how work is funded, from temporary project teams to long-lasting product teams that own the end-to-end delivery of value.




Improving Time to Market for Digital Products and Services Summary

To promote the mission of advancing the Agile and DevOps ways of working for building and operating software and technology-powered digital products and businesses.

Find wise insights and practical guidance on the various factors that come into play in improving the time to market digital products and services.

Arvind Rathore

"I found the DASA Enterprise Leadership Forum a great platform for  people to discuss the latest and greatest trends, challenges and transformation stories  in the world of Agile and Devops ways of working.  The discussions were rich, diverse and insightful. Highly recommend people to tune in and learn."

Arvind Rathore, DASA Influencer, Senior Vice President Digital Engineering, Virtusa

Marian Draganov

"I had the pleasure of meeting organizational leaders from across the globe who are successful practitioners of Lean, Agile, and DevOps principles. We managed to exchange hands-on insights about how to overcome resistance when adopting DevOps, backed by sound theory and further educational recommendations. It was a pleasure to receive personalized advice on my case in the Q&A session. Highly recommendable."

Marian Draganov, Solution Consultant, SilverStorm

René Visser

"I took part in the Enterprise Leadership Forum of DASA, a round table event with peers and Agile DevOps enthusiasts from across the globe. We exchanged clear and practical learnings, best practices and examples; the facilitators opened the conversation, but soon we ended up in a lively exchange between all the people present. Very insightful in a relaxed atmosphere. This hour and a half was a worthwhile investment."

René Visser, Head of Global Workplace Services, Allianz Technology

Roundtable Participants:

Irfan Shariff

DASA Research Director, Expert Program - Project Manager, Management trainer & Agile/DevOps coach, RTI Consulting Services

Irfan Shariff has extensive experience in managing strategic technology-based business initiatives in a variety of industries – Hi-tech, Financial, Retail. He has deep expertise and…

Matt Young

Chief Executive Officer, UserVoice

Mehdi Alaoui

Managing Solution Architect, Capgemini

Mehdi is a Managing Consultant at Capgemini Invent. He is part of the Business Technology practice, advising CIOs on their transformation. With experiences in automobile,…

Morgane Pras

Managing Consultant, Capgemini Invent

Morgane is a Managing Consultant at Capgemini Invent, she is part of the Business Technology practice, advising CIOs on their transformation. With experiences in insurances…

Sumeet Ahuja

Vice President - Product Operations, Circle