Webinar June 13, 2017: Software Analytics – how to define, implement and manage by objectives your Key Performance Indicators
Attend a demo of SQUORE for Software Analytics, built up from our 7+ years of experience in the delivery of software development KPI, and discover the new features in the latest release SQUORE 17
In the software industry just as in every kind of business, continuous data exploitation has become a key competitivity factor.
Managing your software developements: where should you begin?
A key step in the implementation of an Analytics strategy is the definition of the Key Performance Indicators that will constitute the interpretation grid of your data and will guide you all along your decision-making process.
However, this is probably the trickiest part of designing an evaluation, and even if you can find a number of good practices about KPI, you have to solve many questions when it comes to transpose them to software developement:
- What are the “good” KPI for the monitoring of a software project
- How to automate their delivery in a reliable and repeatable way
- How to visualize and to share results between all stakeholders, according to their respective role in the project
- How to assign measurable and reachable objectives to your KPI
- Finally, how to make the most rational and efficient decisions possible to achieve these objectives
Useful tips for each step: selection, production and broadcasting of your KPI, generation of action plans
During this webinar, our senior consultant Cyril Benkimoun will share with you many years of relevant experience in the implementation and industrialization of KPI for software developement projects.
You will discover which essential indicators to select for a successful monitoring of your projects, how to automate their delivery and sharing, and last but not least, how to go beyond basic visualization by assigning performance objectives and by setting up a reliable and efficient decision process.
Following the presentation, we will show you how these good practices have been integrated in our new “Software Analytics” standard analysis and decision model.
Cyril Benkimoun has a master’s degree in Computer Science and started as consultant at Polyspace Technologies (The Mathworks) and contributed to the EMEA business development. Today, being the Squoring partnership manager, he works as a senior consultant for Software Development in various industries such as Automotive and Transportation, Aerospace and Defence, Medical and Energy.