Nucleus Software brings ATDD and CICD to enhance banking technology
By Gloria Mathias
Nucleus Software, a provider of lending and transaction banking solutions, has announced the adoption of Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD) moving in the direction of continuous integration and eventually continuous delivery (CICD).
By doing this, Nucleus is adopting proven principles of lean manufacturing in software development for the banking technology sector. This move aims to redefine software development methodologies by reducing the release cycle by 40% while ensuring seamless alignment between software solutions and end-user requirements.
Here is how CICD and ATDD are going to enable financial institutions:
- Efficient Testing: Time and Cost Savings by elimination of manual regression testing helps financial institutions deploy updates faster and more efficiently. Aims to mitigate production risks and enhance reliability and stability in the project lifecycle process.
- Enhanced Collaboration: Breaking Down Silos, Improved communication across teams ensures that software development aligns with customer expectations. Collaboration between product teams and customers increases significantly while defining the acceptance criteria for ATDD Accelerated pace of value realisation by customers with shorter release cadences, enabling the “Lean-Flow” principle by implementing CI (Continuous Integration), will assist us with swift end-to-end deliveries.
Vishnu R Dusad, MD and Co-founder of Nucleus Software shared, “CICD and ATDD are not just methodologies; they’re a testament to our proactive stance, ensuring a seamless, enhanced experience. This marks a significant stride in our journey, reinforcing our commitment to setting new industry standards with precision, speed, and an unyielding focus on customer satisfaction.”
“We started learning about Lean IT concepts in a companywide tech initiative last year called ‘Power of Flow’ indicating the pull of inventory in Lean manufacturing being applied to software development. So far, we have spent around six months with four large-scale teams to implement this path breaking methodology while ensuring seamless customer delivery. As a financial technology company, we constantly evolve to stay ahead of the curve, and to this purpose we believe in strategically refining our software development approach.” He further added.
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