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Business at Web Speed

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“Excellent firms don’t believe in excellence - only in constant improvement and constant change.” — Tom Peters

People often talk about accepting change, but the better approach is to seek it out and embrace it. The ability to implement changes that improve customer experiences and service is a competitive advantage that is evident not only in the success of companies engaged in DevOps, but across all types of organizations — from small pizza restaurants with online ordering to international retail chains with complex inventory systems.

At this year’s Velocity Conference, we’re featuring sessions that teach you how to implement that competitive advantage in code so you can literally program the future of your business.

Join Velocity Conference chair Courtney Nash and Adam Jacob, creator of the Chef IT automation platform, in a deep dive into one of our new themes: IT as a Business Driver. Sign up for their free webcast, Business at Web Speed.

Update Jan 23: Although the live event has passed, you can still register for the Business at Web Speed webcast to access the recording and download the slides. You can also see our upcoming webcasts and access recordings for past ones on our webcast page.

Tags: chef, business, devops, continuous_deployment, continuous_delivery, velocity_conference

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