Foundation v11.1 series #10: Time to Value

By Jim Barker on Jul 27, 2016

The last post in the Winshuttle Foundation series is focused around the topic of time-to-value.  Time-to-value is a Winshuttle strategic principle – the more power we provide to the platform, the quicker and easier it is for our customers to develop applications to solve business problems.

Time value of money graph drawn on the chalkboard with a hand holding a chalk

The reason this is important is because many of you are seeing the need to cut costs to increase margins. These cuts are often felt in both IT and business roles, and software companies need to find ways to help customers get their work done while dealing with this paradox.  Winshuttle is focusing all its product development efforts on increasing efficiency for end users and increasing capabilities so developers can do more with less. This joint effort to increase capabilities and improve usability will lead to an increased time to value. Please take a look at Winshuttle Foundation v11.1 and pay close attention to improvements that will help you increase your time to value, including all the new features and capabilities we’ve discussed in this blog series including:


Excel Workflow

SmartTable Technology

New Dashboard Capabilities

UI Improvements

Enhanced Data Governance Capabilities

Composer Performance Improve

Advanced Encryption Functionality

Improved Help Site

About the author

Jim Barker

Jim Barker is the Director of Product Management – Foundation and thought leader for data governance at Winshuttle. Prior to joining Winshuttle, he was the Director of Data Management at Honeywell ACS and was responsible for the data aspects of a worldwide rollout of SAP at 1,000 plants in 100 countries. Jim has been involved in data warehousing, data migration, data integration, and data governance for over 25 years including writing the Velocity Data Migration Methodology at Informatica when he was the Director of Solutions. He pioneered working in the data warehouse practice at PwC and as an architect at Thomson Legal and Regulatory.

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