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Cloud-first for fast innovation

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During this presentation, Ward Coessens, ThoughtWorks' Consultant will share best practice insights from the Daimler partnership, helping the automotive group on their cloud innovation journey.

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Cloud-first for fast innovation

  1. 1. Cloud-first as an enabler of fast innovation Ward Coessens Lead Consultant, ThoughtWorks
  2. 2. ©ThoughtWorks 2020
  3. 3. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 The business problem Daimler wanted to create a sales experience which was in line with their luxury brand Create a product which could adapt quickly to the changing market 3
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  5. 5. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 “OTR is the most innovative and intuitive everyday assistant the salesperson loves to use, to add value to the sales experience! Our platform is flexible enough to quickly react to new or changing market requirements” 5
  6. 6. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 6 Speed of delivery Short feedback cycle Innovation Shared vision Cloud Autonomous teams Guild
  7. 7. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 First releases 7 Stand alone Feedback Side by side
  8. 8. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 Lead time Mean time to recovery Change failure rate Deployment rate 8 Measurements of success
  9. 9. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 Hackathon 9 Everybody can innovate Low barrier to entry Visible results
  10. 10. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 Key challenges OTR was not requested by the users Missing responsibility of the product Private cloud is less flexible, limits scale and adds complexity Aversion to failure 10
  11. 11. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 Today!
  12. 12. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 Key takeaways Shared vision Using the cloud allows you to innovate faster Add markets with ease and at speed Cross functional teams enables innovation Everyone should innovate 12
  13. 13. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 “If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry 13
  14. 14. ©ThoughtWorks 2020 Thank you Ward Coessens edward.coessens@thoughtworks.com 14

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