Cloud-based software quality and application change delivery solutions provider Panaya has introduced Release Dynamix (RDx), an application lifecycle management (ALM) solution that enables IT organisations to expedite and validate change delivery phases to meet the needs of agile enterprises.
RDx works to eliminate the complexity and bottlenecks inherent to application change, enabling innovation and continuous delivery for enterprise application development with reduced risk. It provides real-time visibility of each delivery phase and full integration with leading third-party solutions such as SAP.
“IT departments need to take the lead with digital transformation by becoming agile and adjusting to rapidly changing business and market conditions,” said Jake Klein, CEO, Panaya, which is an Infosys company.
According to Panaya, RDx provides the means to do just that by providing project and portfolio management, requirements and release management, and testing and defect management on a single collaborative platform.
Key benefits of RDx include traceability of tests and defects, agility enabling continuous delivery, internal and regulated requirements approval workflow, collaboration with business process stakeholders regardless of location, and full integration with Incidents, Requirements and Change Management solutions, Test Automation via the Panaya Connect API.
“Release Dynamix holds the promise of changing the way we manage our processes and projects,” said Sebastian Hebert, EMEA technical director, Shiseido, a long-time customer of Panaya.
“The solution provides a best of breed ALM application that takes into account all aspects of application change delivery, including ERP change conflicts within a release,” he said.
RDx is right on track with recent predictions from Forrester Research about the need for speed in software delivery. “Rising customer expectations, competitive threats, and increased consumer choice make rapid delivery and iteration of software applications a competitive differentiator. Optimising the delivery value chain – well beyond traditional ALM – is a crucial contributor to better business outcomes,” said Diego Lo Giudice, vice president, principal analyst, Forrester Research in the report ‘TechRadar: Continuous Software Delivery, Q3 2016.’