Posted April 1, 2003 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence Cutter Benchmark Review
For corporate IT departments, pressure to cut costs and improve performance has never been greater. In most IT shops, development and support of internally developed systems account for at least half of all costs, while new projects have long wait and delivery times. The most immediate pressure is to reduce these delivery times and, if possible, the associated costs.
About The Author
Michael Guttman has more than 25 years' expertise designing, developing, and deploying large-scale complex enterprise systems and infrastructures. Previously, he was CTO of Genesis Development Corporation, an enterprise software consulting company that he cofounded in 1992 and later sold to IONA Technologies, PLC. While at Genesis, Mr. Guttman managed the development of SureTrack, a groundbreaking process for transitioning large IT organizations… Read More
Thomas Marzolf, a long-time student of modeling and systems thinking, has more than 40 years' experience in developing software systems. He has served as Manager of System Architecture for the Vanguard Group and has been a Principal Consultant and Leader of the Global Services Process Practice for IONA Technologies. Mr. Marzolf holds engineering degrees from Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania.
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