Software Improvement Group (SIG) launches complimentary “Boosting Business Resilience” webinar series to help organizations emerge from COVID-19 pandemic in stronger growth position
Beginning April 23, the three-part webinar series will provide business and technology leaders with key practices for building and maintaining future-proof digitalized platforms
Amsterdam/New York – April 7, 2020: The global impact of the coronavirus crisis has underscored the value of digital channels and operations, demonstrating that “digital-first” business strategies will be powering organizations long after the pandemic passes.
To support business and technology leaders in accelerating their digital transformation to emerge from the effects of COVID-19 in a stronger, more competitive position, Software Improvement Group (SIG) today announced the launch of its complimentary webinar series, Boosting Business Resilience: 3 Critical Success Factors for Digital Transformation.
Hosted by SIG Senior and Principal Consultants, each 30-minute online event will discuss the key practices, models and components needed to transform an organization’s existing software applications into modern, secure, future-proof landscapes to realize mission-critical objectives.
The SIG Boosting Business Resilience Webinar Series Schedule
Register for a session by clicking the link in the title.
Thursday, April 23 at 16:00 CET / 10:00 EST
Hosted by: Niels van der Zwan, Senior Consultant
- Why successful cloud migration begins with deep source code analysis
- The importance of continuous software assurance before, during and after cloud migration
- The three steps every organization should take to map its unique path to the cloud
Thursday, April 30 at 16:00 CET / 10:00 EST
Hosted by: Rob van der Veer, Principal Consultant
- How to build the proper security and privacy controls into the development heartbeat
- How to make sense of the convoluted security standard landscape
- What you can do to take your software security and privacy to the next level — and defend your organization against increasing cybercrime
Thursday, May 7 at 16:00 CET / 10:00 EST
Hosted by: Jasper Geurts, Director of US Consulting Services, and Dennis Bijlsma, Head of Product
- Why an iterative approach to modernization leads to lower costs, reduced risk and greater probability for project success
- How a deep dive into existing architecture, data quality and team knowledge can predict potential modernization issues
- The metrics and performance indicators you need to track the success of the transition
Luc Brandts, CEO of SIG: “As we all manage through the impacts of COVID-19, there’s a tendency to focus on day-to-day operations to the exclusion of long-term digital strategy. But ‘digital-first’ is here to stay, and we believe that the organizations who continue to invest in digital transformation will not only survive the crisis but thrive on the other side.
It’s always been our mission to create a healthier digital world. We’re pleased to be hosting this complimentary webinar series to help organizations accelerate their digital capabilities now for greater resiliency in the future.”
Software Improvement Group (SIG) helps business and technology leaders drive their organizational objectives by fundamentally improving the health and security of their software applications. SIG combines its proprietary tools and software analysis data with its consultants’ expertise to help organizations measure, evaluate and improve code quality – whether they’re building, buying or operating software.
SIG has the world’s largest software analysis database with more than 33 billion lines of code across more than 260 technologies. The expert consultants at SIG use this data to evaluate an organization’s IT assets on maintainability, scalability, reliability, complexity, security, privacy and other mission-critical factors. The SIG laboratory is the only one in the world accredited according to ISO/IEC 17025 for software quality analysis.
Founded in 2000, SIG is headquartered in Amsterdam with regional offices in New York, Copenhagen, Antwerp and Frankfurt.