Delivering digital innovation: Building business capacity
Organizations recognize that they must become software producers—not just software buyers—to maintain market leadership. However, operating and delivering software innovation quickly and at scale is difficult. Organizations must overcome a number of challenges related to integrating with legacy application environments, high volumes of manual work, lack of access to relevant skills, creating a culture of innovation, and business integration roadblocks. Download this IDC Analyst Brief, sponsored by Red Hat and Intel, to learn more about the three core approaches that can help businesses build out their software development and delivery capacity: unified implementation of automation across IT, adoption of a well-developed hybrid cloud strategy, and transition to cloud-native application architectures. With these three key requirements in place, many organizations find themselves well positioned to repeatedly deliver software innovation that supports crucial business outcomes, including improving the customer experience, creating new revenue streams, and expanding into new markets.