About CAST in UK

CAST is the pioneer and leader of Application Intelligence. The CAST Application Intelligence Platform empowers Application Development (AD) organizations by delivering to all in IT invaluable information about software applications automatically extracted from source code. With CAST, IT Managers receive high-level, unbiased metrics to improve decisions about applications and teams. Development teams share and better understand detailed technical information about applications' structure to improve productivity, quality and predictability. Finally, software quality engineers gain action-oriented quality rules compliance reports and indexes to control and enforce code & architecture quality. CAST drastically improves AD activities such as software maintenance, outsourcer control, software quality management or application integration and modernisation to name a few.

CAST is listed on Compartment C - Eurolist by Euronext Paris. To date, CAST has invested over $95M in R&D. Created in 1990, CAST serves Fortune 500 customers with a network of 11 fully-staffed offices in the US and Europe. CAST is a recognised leader by all major IT analysts.

Panel discussion with Gartner & BCG on Optimising your IT for the Digital world

Engaging customers in new ways in a rapidly evolving Digital landscape often leaves traditional IT departments feeling like they are under siege. Demand for ever increasing availability, resilience and velocity is stretching legacy applications estates beyond previously imagined limits. Technology Leader often face a complex challenge when transforming and optimising their IT for the Digital world.

The Management of CAST are delighted to invite IT Executives to a lively and informative debate on how to convert this challenge into an opportunity. A panel of independent experts will help separate fact from fiction; provide compelling examples; and challenge current wisdom

In the webinar, Andy Kyte, Vice President and Gartner Fellow, will explain the barriers to transformation many organizations are facing as a result of poor application management practices. Andy will talk about the reasons application portfolios still contain excessive complexity, the challenges IT leaders face in improving application health and what you can specifically do to reverse the situation and not get outpaced by faster, leaner upstarts.