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Drive Digital Innovation at Scale with Agile, DevOps and SAFe® 5.0

Take Digital Transformation Beyond DevOps for Greater Business Outcomes

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Wednesday December 18th, 2019 | 11AM-12PM ET

Digital velocity! The digital software-based economy is moving faster than ever. It will carry organizations along with it or sweep them away altogether if they can’t compete. That’s because barriers to disruptive innovation are lower than ever – today, companies can deliver new solutions at astonishing speed and your competitors know that. It is no longer the big eats the small, rather the fast now consume the slow.

Research shows how implementing DevOps practices and establishing efficient CI/CD pipelines with automation lets organizations deploy frequently and recover more effectively from downtime. However, companies are still not seeing the results they expect from their Digital Transformation initiatives. There’s a good reason for that.

Join us for a live webinar with special guest Marc Rix, SAFe® Fellow and Curriculum Product Manager at Scaled Agile, to hear how the Scaled Agile Framework®, SAFe 5.0 can enable organizations to connect software development and delivery efforts across the value stream with value stream mapping, to achieve a harmonious state of “Continuous Innovation” that delivers business outcomes.

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Speakers
Marc Rix

SAFe Fellow and Curriculum Product Manager
Scaled Agile Inc

Marc is a versatile leader, speaker, and educator who specializes in building high-performance technology organizations. He is known for leading complex, enterprise-scale transformation initiatives that deliver game-changing business outcomes across a wide range of industries. Marc's mission is to transform IT into a profit engine for the business and unlock the creative potential of knowledge workers everywhere.





Eric Robertson

VP, Product Marketing Management
CollabNet VersionOne

Eric has successfully held product development, services and management roles with enterprises and start-ups and has provided consulting services to Fortune 500 companies. Eric holds a patent in the area of virtualization and a Master's Degree in Electrical and Software Engineering from University of Texas in Austin and continues to further his research in domain- specific languages, and intelligent automation.