The whole world, and with it everyday business life, is undergoing incredibly rapid change right now, spurred on by innovation and new technologies. Things that still seemed pie in the sky only yesterday are suddenly expected as a matter of course just a day later, particularly by customers. To remain successful in such a dynamic environment, you have to go beyond keeping pace with developments and instead actively push them forward, preferably driving right up front! And that's just what Panaya has in mind with its Release Dynamix (RDx) for Salesforce.com - ably assisted by its SFDC Change Delivery Solution to pinpoint key dependencies and system-change impacts early on and resolve pending errors. The company is inviting trailblazing biz app managers, salesforce developers and salesforce admins to take an active role in developing and modifying its Salesforce.com system by exploring its RDx for Salesforce.com and adding their own input during the company's live demos at the new-look CEBIT in Hannover as part of Panaya's World Tour 2018.
Some 2,000 companies worldwide - including one third of the Fortune 500 - are already using Panaya to quickly implement high-quality changes to their business applications. "It's the major corporations, above all, who are spearheading the digital revolution," explains Stefan Jörissen, the Country Manager at Panaya in charge of the German-speaking region. "There's a lot to be learned from them." RDx equips application managers with the transparency they require to make sound decisions ahead of implementation. The system was designed with both business users and IT in mind to improve collaboration and ensure greater release certainty. To achieve this, the cloud-based Enterprise Agile Delivery Platform delivers detailed summaries of scheduled releases, modifications and affected units, tasks and responsibilities, test plan scoping and continuous risk assessment, and multi-dimensional views of potential risks. “This is vital for conducting salesforce change projects at high speed and ensuring top quality," so Jörissen says.