TCS Launches Jile
August 01, 2018

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced the launch of Jile, an Agile DevOps product-on-cloud to plan, deliver and track Agile programs within the enterprise.

Built by Agile teams and for Agile teams, Jile is a comprehensive platform that transforms software application development and delivery in enterprises, and drive the Agile culture and mindshare across the business.

Jile applies Agile methods to large-scale, multi-site program execution, which require scalable Agile approaches, empowering companies in their digital transformation journeys to become Business 4.0 enterprises. Jile enables an enterprise to envision their IT Initiatives in alignment to their core business objectives and subsequently equip project teams with the right set of tools, processes and controls to deliver value to their stakeholders continuously.

According to Melinda Ballou, Research Director, Agile Application Lifecycle Management, Quality and Portfolio Strategies, IDC Research, "Digital Transformation is real. DevOps ALM automation tools such as Jile can become key factors for transitioning companies to systemic Agile DevOps execution, supported by organizational and process change strategies. With the need for multiple releases per year for business-critical applications, products like Jile can be core enablers for the application development and delivery life-cycle."

"Business 4.0 is at the core of digital transformation globally and Jile is a significant aspect of our strategy to enable it. Jile is developed with a vision to inspire and empower every Agile team in their journey towards improving business processes through software," said Vijayalakshmi Gopal, Business Head – Jile, TCS. "Jile is easy to try, buy and use, offering a unique, intuitive and simplified user experience. Jile can help globally distributed Agile teams to continuously innovate, build and deliver the best in the shortest possible time."

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