Numerify Announces New Software Development Analytics Application

New product offering enables IT organizations to drive innovation

September 11, 2017

SAN JOSE, Calif., September 11, 2017 — Numerify, a cloud analytics solutions company focused on business analytics for IT leaders, today announced the expansion of its product footprint to include analysis of software development processes with its latest application, Software Development Analytics (SDA). Numerify SDA delivers deep visibility into every step of the software process from definition to deployment, enabling business leaders to prioritize the effective delivery of application development and innovation projects.

The newest addition to Numerify’s flagship analytics suite offers a comprehensive view of development initiatives, allowing CIOs to accelerate delivery and innovation of revenue-generating products and services. Numerify SDA combines data from leading agile development software such as Atlassian JIRA® and Microsoft Team Foundation Server® as well as project portfolio management (PPM), testing, and HR systems. By aggregating and analyzing an expansive data set, Numerify SDA provides in-depth insight into risks, bottlenecks, and quality issues across critical development initiatives. Executives obtain an end-to-end view of project timeline and budget adherence. IT leaders can also shape and allocate resources to enable IT priorities like continuous delivery and DevOps methodology adoption.

A Numerify customer in the financial industry with more than $35 billion in market capitalization is using SDA to drive transparency across their SDLC processes. Before implementing Numerify SDA, the team discovered that hidden data and difficult-to-get-to sources were impeding product quality improvement initiatives. Numerify SDA lets the team identify development risks and prevent the introduction of poor-quality code into production, reducing the frequency of customer-impacting events and increasing overall application stability. The company’s IT leaders have created a transparent, data-driven software development culture with a focus on process adherence and regulatory compliance using insights from Numerify SDA.

“Product leaders like myself rely on many metrics and analyses to understand the state of our software development processes,” said Srikant Gokulnatha, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Numerify. “Modern DevOps techniques and an agile SDLC require continuous integration testing, as well as persistent monitoring and frequent code deployment. Analytics applications deliver critical insight into functionality, performance, and quality for a complete view of the nuances and complexities of the software development life cycle.”

Learn about Numerify SDA at the upcoming Atlassian Summit, from September 12-14 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California. Summit attendees can visit Numerify at booth #1201 for additional information. You can also find out more by registering for Numerify’s upcoming webinar on September 28 about improving application velocity and quality.

About Numerify
Numerify provides IT leaders with a comprehensive system of intelligence for end-to-end visibility into their Plan-Build-Run activities. The suite of analytical applications span project planning, software development, and service and asset management. The company’s cloud-based platform includes full data orchestration, IT-specific business models, and a complete spectrum of analytical capabilities. Numerify provides IT business analytics applications to leading organizations, including companies ranked in the top 5 across 10 major industries. For more information, visit or follow @numerify.

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