As I walked to work today, I noticed the sky falling. Quite a sight, always wondered what was keeping it up. Turns out nothing. Well, it seems we are being led to believe that with all the recent economic downturn news of doom and gloom.
IT budgets are being slashed. And a recent survey shows half of all CIO's are having a hard time showing their value. It seems that 1 in 4 IT jobs are moving overseas, and apparently they are moving less and less to the BRIC countries. So how are a software engineering and professional services executives to deal with all this chaotic change while budgets are down and demands increase?
Wouldn't it be great if you could scale up your engineering team at will, while being confident that processes are adopted consistently and can be measured, no matter how geographically dispersed your teams are? Heck if you could add engineering resources in other countries at a lower cost while still maintaining your highly crafted processes and methodologies, that would be good, wouldn't it? That's where zAgile can help.
And wouldn't it be great if you could tie sales opportunities, to business requirements to what was actually built, so that the sales and engineering teams could show their mutual value and cohesion, all in a real-time dashboard setting. Yes, zAgile can help there too.
And it sure would be great if your key engineers could focus on buiding rather than plugging together their software engineering requirements with issue tracking, version control, project management, etc. How many hours are lost per month and what efficiencies could you gain if everything were automated? That's where zAgile can help also. Here's an example.
All of these are zAgile's value propositions. Gaining efficiencies in the processes, tools, and teams you already have, while making it easy and inexpensive to scale your teams to new heights.