Editor’s Choice for Innovation: Tasktop Integration Hub

Before deploying Tasktop, most of our customers relied on a web of point-to-point integrations to connect their DevOps toolchain. Whether developed in-house or through third parties, the cost to create and maintain these integrations drained resources that are now being directed to delivering customer value. In a recent article, SearchSoftwareQuality Executive Editor Jan Stafford named Tasktop Integration Hub Editor’s Choice for Innovation and interviewed Tasktop customer TIAA.

Customer Perspective: Connecting the DevOps Toolchain at TIAA

As Relationship Technology Director for TIAA, Mark Wanish remembers managing tool integration before deploying Tasktop. “There was too much overhead to innovate, because it took so long to do point-to-point integrations. It got more and more cumbersome and costly,” he said.

Now that TIAA has automated integrations throughout the DevOps toolchain, the entire team has access to data across the value stream. “We can see what’s happening in each system without jumping around,” said Wanish. That means more time adding business value instead of jumping between different apps to find information or create reports for other team members.

Read the full article to learn more about why SearchSoftwareQuality named Tasktop Integration Hub Editor’s Choice for Innovation.

Sarah Ryan is a Marketing Operations Manager at Tasktop. She's passionate about marketing technology, automating business processes and spreading the word about software lifecycle integration. Outside of work, you'll find her experimenting with new recipes and listening to podcasts on everything from technology to psychology and popular culture.

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