Workshop: Demystifying Flow Metrics with AI-ML for augmented data-driven decisions

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November 30 | 11:00 AM MT

The top challenges when scaling Agile across hundreds of application development teams is to predict the effort to develop features, when features are to be released, and what is the value for the business of the respective efforts.

In this workshop, Ramya Venkatesh, Product Manager, together with Silvia Davis, Global Product Marketing Manager – SAFe SPC, will facilitate group discussions around how to define and implement ‘Flow metrics” with the AI-ML to help you answer those questions and be ahead of the game.

Discussions with your peers will cover the following:

  • What are the critical data, and where to get the data to predict deliverable better
  • What metrics are important, and how to use them
  • How to implement AI-ML for augmented data-driven decisions

Ramya Venkatesh
Product Manager

Silvia Davis
Global Sr. Product Marketing Manager, SAFe SPC, PMP, ITIL Expert

Ramya Venkatesh

Product Manager with, Ramya comes with 16+ years of experience, building multiple products and successfully launching them in the market. In her current role, Ramya has built some of’s leading Lens and Solutions, such as Plan and Create Lens, Integrate and Test Lens, Flow Acceleration, and Quality Improvement solutions since inception. Before, Ramya built SaaS products across financial, Governance, and Analytical products. Ramya has been with through the Numerify acquisition for over five years. Ramya holds an Engineering degree in electronics and Communication from the Bangalore Institute of technology.

Silvia Davis

Silvia brings 20+ years of knowledge in IT processes, people, and hands-on technology. Silvia is passionate about continuously learning and sharing new strategies to deliver better experiences.

Silvia currently manages an AI-powered DevOps solution covering enterprise agile, release & deploy, and predictive analytics. She has previously worked for enterprise corporations, including IBM, Hewlett Packard, and Dell Technologies, and a start-up in Boston, delivering services to customers in various industries. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering and helping others in need.