Last Wednesday the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) underwent an IT failure which withheld 600,000 payments from customer accounts. This occurs seven months after RBS was fined ₤56 million due to an IT Crash in 2012 that impeded customers from accessing their online accounts. The poor system performance has caused difficulties for customers and shock from the banking community.
Digital transformation is a project many business executive leaders have recently taken on, especially those in banking and financial services. These organizations are competing to digitally transform front-end systems that are connected to brittle legacy systems. The subsequent failure to identify the structural vulnerabilities in combined applications, produces security and reliability issues the negate the value of digital transformation.
Join software measurement practitioners from government and industry at an event on June 2nd just outside of Washington DC. Discussion topics to include: the use of software analytics in all areas of enterprise program and development management, software measurement, automated function points, and software productivity management.