Benefits of Process-Driven Change and Configuration Management
Process-driven change and configuration management delivers several benefits
At QAT Global, we use process-driven change and configuration management to ensure that projects satisfy client requirements and reduce therisks associated with developing new applications in new platforms or maintaining current ones.
Process-driven change and configuration management delivers several benefits over other quality assurance methodologies and processes:
Ensures changes move through defined workflow process
Ensures only approved changes are allowed – minimize risk of production failure
Improve processes over time
Supports highly flexible and adaptable process model for application development
Establish repeatable activities that control the development “chaos”
Define and control what is released to production for distribution
Efficient Coordination Between Work Groups
By implementing a repeatable Change and Configuration Management process, the risks associated with developing client/server and Internet/Web applications can be greatly reduced
The quality of the software improves while the cost is reduced
Minimizing Risk – Repeatability
Ensures a standardized repeatable process for application development
Benefits for Clients and QAT Global
Using the existing infrastructure and current tools our process-driven change and configuration management helps to:
Automate IT change management process
Provide a vehicle for repeatable processes that minimize the risk
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