Why Continuous Software Delivery is Critical in Digital Banking
When people say digital technology evolves quickly, they may not realize just how fast that evolution takes place. That’s because much of it happens gradually and subtly within your daily mobile application experiences. Those small but persistent updates arrive through a process called continuous software delivery (CSD).
What is continuous software delivery?
The continuous software delivery process is meant to help developers accelerate creation and delivery of deployment-ready code. CSD could impact all types of changes to an application: bug fixes, user experience (UX) enhancements, new features, and more.
FIs prioritizing enhancing or redesigning their digital banking UX
- The Financial Brand
Organizations expected to compete on user experience
What’s going on behind the scenes without CSD?
On multi-tenant architecture, every client is on the same version of software so no one falls behind.
With a single code base and multi-tenant system architecture, changing market demands are continuously met so you can adapt quickly and help users stay engaged.
Why use CSD?
- Speed to market
- Lower risk
- Higher-functioning teams
- Better products
- Revenue growth
In their experience with leading consumer and social media apps, users expect regular innovation and uninterrupted service. Now, CSD has become more of a necessity than a nice-to-have competitive advantage.
Consumers who, long before the pandemic, prefered to bank online
Why use CSD?
You’ll need to choose a digital banking platform provider. In addition to having the right strategies in place to support a CSD approach, a platform will need an entire ecosystem that optimizes continuous delivery.
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Organizations able to afford CSD implementation with no barriers
Learn more with the full white paper, Why Continuous Software Delivery is Critical in Digital Banking