Watch our webinar featuring Forrester to learn how one organization experienced benefits of nearly $6.8 million with an ROI of 309%.
As organizations continue to embrace digital transformation and adopt agile software development practices, executing critical events faster and with more confidence becomes vital. Organizations are looking for tools to help them plan, orchestrate, and audit the human and automated activities that drive these events. However, calculating the ROI of these tools can be challenging.
To help you understand the business value of choosing a work orchestration and observability platform, Cutover commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by implementing Cutover’s Work Orchestration and Observability.
Join our guests Forrester’s Brent Ellis, Senior Analyst, Will McKeon-White, Analyst, Elina Bauwens Senior Consultant and Marcus Wildsmith, Chief Product Officer at Cutover, to learn about the potential financial impact of this solution on organizations. Learn how one organization experienced benefits of nearly $6.8 million USD with an ROI of 309% over three years.
Brent serves infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders, providing holistic thinking about enterprise problems. Brent aims to help clients find the right mix of technologies, processes, and people to maximize their goals and provide the unique value they have to the world. He is particularly focused on reliable and resilient IT services, storage, cloud infrastructure adoption, the future of work pertaining to IT professionals, and the evolving nature of I&O.
Will works as an analyst on Forrester's infrastructure and operations (I&O) team, focusing on modern service delivery. His research helps enterprises understand and capitalize on advances in processes and technologies for more effective IT and business service delivery, including enterprise service management (ESM) and IT service management (ITSM) and the use of ChatOps and chatbot capabilities to facilitate better help desk and employee support, incident resolution, and IT team effectiveness.
Elina is a senior consultant in Forrester’s Strategy Consulting Practice in EMEA and is based in the Netherlands. She is responsible for solving clients’ critical customer, business, and technology challenges through custom projects, harnessing Forrester’s deep research coverage, proven methodologies, and data. Elina’s focus areas are on strategy (digital and IT), enterprise architecture practice transformations, data strategy, and developing new target operating models.