Today we are excited to announce that we are cool, at least according to the latest Gartner “Cool Vendors in Application Development and Platforms” report.

“We’re very honored to be recognized in the Cool Vendor report by Gartner, which affirms our mission to help enterprises better manage their software portfolio, development processes, and engineering talents,” said Eiso Kant, CEO of source{d}. “Today, IT executives don’t have the right tools to measure their technical debt, DevOps adoption, and overall engineering effectiveness. We’re providing the insights they need to not only measure progress and inform strategic decisions but also accelerate time to market.”

Mark Driver, the analyst source{d} briefed for this report, said: “by combining traditional software development practices with state-of-the-art machine learning, and natural language processing, vendors such as source{d} are enabling developers to build increasingly complex software faster, with high quality, and better user experience.”

Who should care about this?

Engineering executives who are looking to evaluate their digital transformation initiatives identify bottlenecks or opportunities for improvements can use source{d} technology to help obtain the metrics they need to make sure these initiatives are successful, on time and within budget. From boardroom metrics to day-to-day actionable data points, source{d} provides engineering leaders with the visibility they need to do their job effectively.

Why act now?

Engineering executives engaging with source{d} now will increase the success rate of their digital transformation initiatives and become more agile than their competitors, quickly delivering new features or creating a better user experience for their customers.

So what does it take to be Gartner’s definition of cool? A small company offering a technology or service that is:

  • Innovative — enables users to do things they couldn't do before;
  • Impactful — has or will have a business impact;
  • Intriguing — has caught Gartner's interest during the past six months.

If that doesn’t sound like source{d} I don’t know what does!

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