Technology Strategy

Organizations of all sizes must have a strategy that leverages technology to respond quickly to competitors, create great customer experiences, improve productivity, gain efficiencies, and make better decisions through data and analytics.

Point of View

Create a strategy to face disruption.

Credera operates off of a Technology Strategy Framework that provides a structure for implementing change while remaining focused on achieving key business objectives. This process incorporates transformational leadership, organizational alignment and change management, product architecture and design, lean management, and DevOps for quick-to-market reliable delivery. There is no one-size-fits-all comprehensive technology strategy, but by working across these verticals we are able to prioritize changes that enable the business to achieve its goals.


Leverage technology to implement change.

Create a holistic strategy that combines your organization’s strengths, market opportunities, and our experience to achieve your key business objectives.

Transformational Leadership & Organizational Alignment

Imagine development, operations, quality assurance, and product owners all working toward a common goal of ensuring overall organizational needs. With the right alignment practices and communication of vision, achieving world-class reliability and quality at speed is possible.

Product Architecture & Design

Disruptive technologies and market changes present significant challenges. Organizations that can adapt quickly have a substantial market advantage. Credera helps organizations assess and transform their systems with modern architectures that are optimized for rapid, multi-dimensional change.

Lean Management & DevOps

Having the right organizational practices has been shown to improve the effectiveness of software delivery organizations and improve business results. We assess the maturity of your current DevOps practices, including code and configuration management, application architecture, infrastructure management, continuous integration/continuous delivery, testing, monitoring, team organization, and product management. Then we define strategies to make meaningful improvements.