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Public Sector Perspectives: Leveraging Agile Methodologies for Applications Transformation (VIDEO)

Featuring:  Stu Hammer, Director of Application Transformation – U.S. Public Sector, Hewlett Packard Company

 

 

 

HP’s Stu Hammer speaks to the importance of Agile methodologies used within an applications transformation program.  It’s no longer practical to create a monolithic approach to modernization.  In other words, we can’t create huge programs that last for years when trying to quickly achieve outcomes that the organization needs. 

 

The impact of the New Style of IT affects how we approach transformation.  We must conduct modernization efforts at a faster pace by using Agile techniques – and it must be done quickly, with high quality and at a low cost, to relieve the constrained budgets of today.

 

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About the author

 

Stu Hammer, Director of Application Transformation – U.S. Public Sector, Hewlett Packard Company

Stu Hammer.pngStu leads application modernization and transformation services for the U.S. Public Sector clients.  He specializes in driving strategic programs for Government clients, with an emphasis on application implementation, transformation and modernization programs.   Hammer brings more than 29 years of IT/consulting experience partnering corporate objectives with technology advances with an insight for new trends.   He has been a frequent speaker on IT transformation trends and provides application transformation strategies for government clients.

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