DevOps Services Company for the Enterprises in Brighton, UK
Ignitho'sDevOpsapproach focuses on the concept of focussing not only on individual teams but the whole delivery team to deliver outcomes.
Streamlining Software Delivery with DevOps Services for enterprises in Brighton
As an IT & Business Head or an IT Director, you may face the challenge of Continual Service Improvements (CSI) and quicker turnaround of ongoing application enhancements and support.
With your organisation focussed on software delivery with traditional team structures and leadership models and IT operations, rapid turnaround is a distant dream. A lack of DevOps strategy and service could derail you from keeping up with your competitors.
Our DevOps services focus on implementing a close and collaborative working model between project team members, removing team silos and creating a DevOps team for rapid turnaround of ongoing application enhancements and support.
Delivery team adopting DevOps, helps in implementing systems thinking giving way to individual thinking for the development and operations team to work as one DevOps team. Our DevOps services enables our client to facilitate continuous monitoring, improvements, development, integration and delivery within limited budgets.
DevOps Services -
Our Value Add
Quicker turnaround in limited budgets
Single dashboard view of overall progress
Remove silos through continuous monitoring, improvements, development, integration and delivery
Continual Service Improvements (CSI)
46 New Broad Street, London, EC2M 1JH
Sussex Innovation Centre, University of Sussex, Brighton, BN1 9SB
Rachel Panther Business Support Director, Oxford Innovation
Carl Walker IT Director, BodyPower
Ian Price Program Manager, P&H
Sanjay Choudhary Director, CrowdInvest
Tanya Stadler Head of Marketing, Acccountagility
What sets us apart
A disruptive new approach to IT Application Services, using Frugal Innovation Methodology, delivering scalable Outcome-based Solutions for enterprises looking for accelerated growth in the digital economy