Sudden deep changes to business and work
The coronavirus crisis has blown big holes in the software strategies of most enterprises. They suddenly and urgently need new applications to track people, tests, and assets and administer new programs, coordinate the work of employees stuck at home; and fix broken business processes.
It has forced application developers to respond to three sudden changes to business and work:
- A sudden convergence of work and home life – breaking paper and manual processes
- A distributed and distracted workforce when leaders need the most of each employee
- New software priorities that have jumped to the front of the queue.
Leaders who remain positive and continue moving forward with new technologies and processes will learn from this crisis and allow their companies to stay ahead of the curve.
However, leaders who hunker down to avoid risk by sticking with older tools, technologies, and processes will find their businesses further behind than when the crisis started.
This latest research report from Forrester looks at the new demands that the coronavirus crisis places on application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals and their teams — and how to respond.
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