Earlier this month, CAST held its annual customer and partner conference in Munich, Germany.
IT and business executives from the Insurance, Banking, Telco and IT Consulting sectors shared how they are working with CAST and why software measurement is critical to the success of their IT projects.
Key System Integrators partners also presented ways to help customers with technical problems or aspirations to change, like digital transformation, IT modernization and cloud readiness. They shared best practices for address challenges to change and using CAST metrics as a benchmark to move forward.
The most popular topics during the conference included Cost Efficiency, Application Security, IT Transformation, Quality Assurance, Vendor Management, Benchmarking and KPI (Key Productivity Indicators).
During the round table discussions, all attendees had the possibility to raise questions and lively conversations took place.
Above all, it was exciting to see our customers make progress toward their transformation goals using CAST and industry standards to guide the way. CAST is committed to give the best support to overcome modern business and IT challenges raised, and we have been for more than 25 years.
To top off the valuable conference sessions, we celebrated at Oktoberfest. The evening was filled with great conversations and engaging dialogue, under the backdrop of Bavarian beer and traditional music.
Thank you again to our customers and partners who made this event such a success. We look forward seeing you next year again in Munich!
To keep up with us in the meantime, check out our events page.
Erik Oltmans, an Associate Partner from EY, Netherlands, spoke at the Software Intelligence Forum on how the consulting behemoth uses Software Intelligence in its Transaction Advisory services.
Erik describes the changing landscape of M & A. Besides the financial and commercial aspects, PE firms now equally value technical assessments, especially for targets with significant software assets. He goes on to detail how CAST Highlight makes these assessments possible with limited access to the targetâ€™s systems, customized quality metrics, and liability implications of open source components - all three that are critical for an M&A due diligence.