You’ve probably heard the term “software analytics” tossed about – who hasn’t, right? – but do you have any idea what it really means? Don’t be ashamed! Everyone seems to have a different definition of the term, and so it’s fair to say it’s quite broad.
But, in the interest of making it less broad – and more widely understood – our research team delved into the topic, at the request of the members of Trusted Advisor.
Our latest Trusted Advisor report, “What is Software Analytics – And Who Should Care About Them?” defines software analytics and then seeks to identify roles that should use software analytics on a regular basis. The report also looks at the future to see how software analytics might change software development in organizations, in the way that business intelligence has impacted some organizations.
We’re interested to hear your thoughts on the topic. So, check out the report and leave a comment below on how you define software analytics.
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