LeftShift talks to the BBC

LeftShift’s David Silverstone talks to the BBC about software problems at The Royal Bank of Scotland. David told the BBC this sort of incident suggested that planning and testing needed to be more robust.

LeftShift talks to IBM

David Silverstone talks about how LeftShift have been using IBM’s Rational tool suite to enable early and continuous testing, empowering organisations to:

  • Eliminate testing delays
  • Deliver high quality software
  • Avoid late stage big bang integration issues

LeftShift talk about Barclays

LeftShift’s Mark Smith and David Silverstone talk to IBM about how they delivered Barclays Global Payments Replacement on Time:

  • Avoiding a 3 Month Delay
  • Saving £30M in Burn Costs


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