Enterprise Automation

We pave the way for digital transformation by deploying processes


Every business is now a digital business. Companies are scrambling to respond to higher consumer expectations and more nimble competitors. Our Enterprise Automation Services are leading this response, transforming to deliver high-quality, innovative software solutions that delight customers and outpace competitors. We pave the way for digital transformation by deploying processes, tools, and organizational approaches that enable them to quickly deliver applications that codify high-quality CX.

DSI’s Services help in reaching the target consumer and improving overall enterprise productivity. Over the last decade the focus of our DSI’s Mobile Solutions practice has evolved with the industry. Starting from app centricity in the beginning, to seamless Omni-channel enablement, and now, a standardized digital CX realization.

  • EAS Enable Quality Innovation At Speed – We have long experience in delivering high-quality applications rapidly. We guides our customers through the “dev transformation” that underpins digital transformation and helps them replicate the success of leaders while avoiding the painful learning experiences of early adopters.
  • Enterprise Automation Services Let You Have It All: Faster, Better, And With Lower Risk - Faster delivery used to mean lower quality and higher risk. But leading organizations have shown that applying Agile and DevOps practices enables faster delivery, higher quality, and lower risk.

Area of Expertise

Improved application delivery drives competitive differentiation

Software is driving business innovation, and modern AD&D practices like Agile and DevOps drive software innovation.

Delivering faster is not a one-and-done project; it’s a multiyear journey

EAS start their journey to modern software practices with a single product in a single line of business and iterate, learning from experience and building on success over a period of years. They begin by assessing the gaps between goals and performance and then take deliberate steps to close those gaps over time. we go deeper on Agile and DevOps practices and embrace continuous improvement, advancing in small but deliberate and consistent steps. Techniques like developing in small batches, employing continuous integration and API-driven testing, pairing up programmers, and automating application deployment enable organizations to deliver faster and more reliably.

The transformation spans three dimensions : people, processes, and tools

To deliver faster, EAS break down silos and organize teams around customer solutions led by a product manager. We eliminate handoffs and wait time created by spreading people across too many initiatives and improve consistency by streamlining, standardizing, and automating processes. This new organization is flat and fleet: It is organized around empowered, cross-functional delivery teams; supported by new teaming, sourcing, and partnering models; and features new ways of engaging and integrating with the business. Tools enable teams to automate, manage, and deploy software continuously.

Modern application delivery embraces continuous improvement

The most important lesson, By adopting Agile and DevOps practices, EAS learnt that the journey has no end; to remain leaders, We must improve continuously. Customers always expect more, and competitors will always be there to deliver if you don’t do it first. To remain a leader, we adapt to customer feedback, continually improve products and practices, know when to pivot, and define new metrics to measure and manage improvement and the value delivered.

Enterprise Automation Services Goal: More Business Value Faster

Businesses face an existential threat

Deliver more value to customers faster than competitors or risk extinction. In the past, Development leaders faced a dilemma: Deliver faster with lower quality and higher technical risk, or choose the slower path, with higher quality and lower technical risk, but greater competitive risk. Now, successfully applying Agile and DevOps practices provides a third, more attractive, option: Deliver faster with higher quality and lower competitive and technical risk.

Standardization with automation reduces risk and improves speed and quality
Inconsistency causes risk. Manual activities, especially done quickly, create inconsistencies that lead to low quality and even failures. Automated tools have matured to the point where EAS can automate large portions of their application delivery processes to improve speed and quality while reducing cost and rework. This has smashed the old speed/quality tradeoff.

Fewer handoffs reduces waiting and increases speed but requires reorganizing

Siloed organizations often measure success in terms of utilization and unit labor cost. By ignoring value delivered, they miss the point. Eliminating handoffs and wait time makes people more productive overall, leading to better business results by focusing on value delivered to its customers. The old silos are collapsing, and DIGITAL is structuring themselves around customer value streams, not functional areas.

Improving delivery speed and quality also reduces cost, but it’s not the main goal

DIGITAL that focus on reducing waste, wait time, and overall time-to-market also reduce cost — but we don’t start with cost reduction. Standardizing and automating processes and organizing to eliminate wait time also eliminate waste and cost, but winning, serving, and retaining customers is the primary goal.

Continuous improvement requires continuous customer feedback and insights

Being customer-obsessed means identifying customers’ needs and placing them at the center of your application strategy. Our team use instrumentation, A/B testing, and analytics to determine not only how customers use their applications but also what their intentions are. Team then turn these insights into features and release them continuously via an automated software delivery pipeline that constantly measures and improves itself.