Raj Vattikutti

Chairman and CEO, Altimetrik

“Success in a connected era belongs to bimodal enterprises, that are able to leverage the opportunities of a Connected era in not only solving business problems of today through continuous re-innovation, but also in creating newer possibilities for tomorrow through rapid experimentation with emerging technologies.

Altimetrik being a technology solutions provider stands on four key pillars when realizing enterprise transformation in a connected era – injecting consumer thinking into solution development, tying business and technology closely with a sharp focus on outcomes, adopting a dynamic software development approach that drives faster time-to-market and in the process building cutting-edge capabilities for enterprises that lets them continuously deliver improved consumer experiences.”

Raj Vattikutti

Chairman and CEO, Altimetrik

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This newsletter provides insights about the recent shifts in the industry, application of a simple four step process as recommended by Altimetrik and research from Gartner on achieving stability and agility with Bimodal:

  • How to Achieve Enterprise Agility with a Bimodal Capability
    • Research from Gartner
    • Impact of Cultural Change
    • Establishing Empirical Governance and Clear Principles
    • Formalizing Innovation Management
    • Building Bimodal Capabilities
  • Making Bimodal Transformation a Reality through Design-led Engineering
    • Altimetrik proposed a simple “Design-led Component Engineering” methodology to software development, a simple four step journey of Envision, Engineer, Assemble and Deploy to bring new-age technology solutions to life

Bimodal IT drives Innovation

Culture Shift in an Organization

Funding Conventions for Bimodal Approach

Gartner defines bimodal as the practice of managing two separate but coherent styles of work, one focused on predictability and the other on exploration.