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CA Technologies Mainframe Application Development Case Study

Case Study: Large health services organization

Introduction

This case study of a large health services organization is based on an October 2016 survey of CA Technologies Mainframe Application Development customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“CA has demonstrated a strong commitment to CA Endevor SCM for streamlining modern Mainframe application development to both millennials and experienced hires, both of which need to be productive in order for us to be successful. As such, we have never felt the need to consider competitor solutions such as ISPW to manage our software.

Challenges

Challenges addressed by CA Endevor® Software Change Manager:

  • Significantly increased expectations on the frequency of software releases and delivery
  • Significantly increased expectations on the quality of released software code

Use Case

Used CA Endevor® Software Change Manager to automate and streamline the modern application development process, including:

  • New Eclipse features and support for Java on the Mainframe
  • Ability to integrate different platforms that are required in today’s multiplatform world

Results

CA Endevor® Software Change Manager doubled team productivity, and was rated as:

  • Effective in supporting more frequent software releases
  • Effective in supporting higher quality software releases

Additionally, CA Technologies Application Development solutions were found to:

  • Effectively support the need to reduce costs and meet budget requirements
  • Enable best practice execution for application performance monitoring




About This Data

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