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Initial SV Study Results: UK, France, Germany
IT teams are expected to increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and drive revenues while still fueling innovation throughout the enterprise - all of which depend heavily on producing high-quality software at a rapid pace.
These new challenges demand a revamping of traditional development processes, and many IT teams are realizing the potential of service virtualization for removing testing constraints and accelerating lifecycles.
In this white paper, explore the results of a survey of over 300 enterprises across western Europe, detailing the current state of software development, how it can improve, and how service virtualization can accelerate and enhance application lifecycle management (ALM).