Business and IT alignment

Get everyone on the same page increases the collaboration between business users and development teams. The shared business analysis documentation reduces the ambiguity during requirements gathering that results in rework, delays, and wasted effort. It accelerates the work with sales, marketing, and customer service teams to develop and implement new features and functionality.

One team. Shared results.

Deliver Salesforce agility the business needs

Elements provide the intelligence that enables more accurate impact assessment and estimating. This builds confidence and shared ownership across the business and the delivery teams.

The result is faster time to value.

Increase trust

A shared agreement on the true requirements combined with an accurate assessment of the time to make changes builds trust between the business and IT.

Collaborate on requirements

Jointly developed requirements, with documentation understood by both the business and development, reduce misunderstandings and rework.

Improve impact assessment

You can accurately predict the effort to make changes with intelligence on the technical, business, and regulatory impact. Document changes to reduce future impact assessment efforts.

Work together to accelerate time to value

Increase trust between the business and IT

Capture and validate requirements in joint workshops with business users. Use the dependency trees and impact analysis to demonstrate the impact on the business and develop accurate development estimates. Work with the business to prioritize their requirements.

Shared results powered by GPT

Collaborate on requirements

Capture requirements and manage them centrally through a lifecycle. Validate them in live process mapping workshops with the business.

Kickstart the process mapping by auto-generating the process maps with ElementsGPT.

Change Intelligence

Continuously improve impact assessment

System-generated documentation, dependency trees, and GPT chatbots improve the assessment of the impact of changes. Add human-generated documentation and metadata descriptions to ensure that future impact assessments are more accurate and faster to deliver.