Digital.ai announces AI-Powered Innovation Platform

The Digital.ai Platform features AI and ML based analytics to predict and prevent issues impacting software reliability, efficiency and customer experience

Digital.ai, a technology company, has announced Digital.ai Platform, an AI-powered end-to-end solution that enables enterprises to orchestrate the delivery of software-driven business outcomes. 

Purpose-built for the enterprise, the platform offers AI-powered analytics, enhanced insights into value streams, risk management, and software delivery predictability. The platform gathers data from across the software lifecycle to form a unified system of record containing all of the data required to gain key business insights. 

The Digital.ai Platform

The Digital.ai Platform capabilities now include:

  • End-to-end DevOps lifecycle orchestration – Enables organisations to standardise and automate their entire release process. It provides the flexibility to address complex, enterprise-sized challenges. The enhanced Digital.ai Platform ecosystem offers best-of-breed integrations across the software lifecycle, with hundreds of pre-built integrations that enable customers to leverage existing toolchain investments and incorporate them as part of the end-to-end enterprise-wide release orchestration.
  • Unparalleled visibility into DevOps including DORA metrics and SAFe® value streams – Intelligence-infused Digital.ai Analytics Lenses deliver deep insights into data collected from Digital.ai and third-party solutions. Domain-specific lenses reduce time to value and improve enterprise decision making with out-of-the box pre-built metrics and dashboards, including DORA metrics, flow metrics, and more.
  • AI/ML-powered predictive & prescriptive insights – The platform offers AI solutions that shift organisations from being reactive to proactive. Digital.ai has updated and expanded its Digital.ai Change Risk Prediction – now with bi-directional integration with Digital.ai Release – and Digital.ai Service Management Process Optimisation solutions. The company also introduced two new solutions: Digital.ai Flow Acceleration and Digital.ai Quality Improvement.

The Digital Transformation Progress Report, recently published by Digital.ai, showed that 49% of enterprise leaders are not seeing the results they expected from their digital transformation efforts, 54% are worried about their ability to compete in today’s digital environments, and over 90% need to get more out of their digital transformation initiatives.

"In today's fast-paced digital economy, Agile and DevOps are important foundational practices, but they are not enough. To achieve the full benefits of digital transformation and deliver better outcomes faster than the competition, organizations must adopt a value stream center of excellence approach," said Ashok Reddy, CEO at Digital.ai. 

"With Value Stream Management (VSM) and the Digital.ai Platform, organisations transform traditional project teams, typically structured around and focused on outputs and features, to cross-functional value stream teams, structured around customer-centric value. These teams are able to continuously adapt to market changes and customer needs, and predictably deliver business outcomes."

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