Software complexity and a lack of visibility into core applications led the IT organization at North Carolina Department of Transportation to focus on much needed modernization initiatives. To increase application visibility and probability of success, NCDOT employed software analytics to address system architecture and software health challenges in legacy systems. NCDOT has realized an ROI of $1.2M.
Gloria Mittman and Velinda Moore discuss how the software intelligence enable them to address these challenges, attain cost savings by blueprinting application architecture, identify bad code and communicate opportunities for improvement to delivery teams.
NCDOT was also able to establish value by focusing on projects that contributed directly to the bottom line, such as Mainframe MIPS reduction.
They explain how a software intelligence capability enables higher value services with a focus on top-line business initiatives such as modernization, including a review of the processes, tooling and mindset the NCDOT team employed while creating this capability.
NCDOT's modernization journey addresses the following:
Manager, Enterprise Test Team