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Appian AppMarket: control and transparency to Center of Excellence (COE) operations COE + AppCop

  1. Solutions
  2. COE + AppCop
    • Introducing the COE + AppCop application from Procensol: A proven Appian utility for control and transparency to Center of Excellence (COE) operations both downstream and upstream of the COE.

      With COE + AppCop you can facilitate and improve communication, control risks, issues and milestones, and automate peer code reviews.

      COE + AppCop, now available on the Appian AppMarket.

    • Facilitate Communication

      Development teams can raise a new release for their workstream, giving the COE better visibility of working currently in development

      Development teams can collaborate with COE on releases, peer reviews, risks and issues

      The COE can raise general alerts as well as targeted alerts linked to code artefacts which are displayed to teams when they view their release or upload code with an associated alert

      The COE can automatically produce a report documenting everything about the release including details of peer reviews undertaken, risks and issues raised, decisions made and key milestones for consumption by stakeholders and other interested parties

      Record decisions made between parties

    • Control Risks, Issues and Milestones

      Add identified risks into the COE application and work on plans to mitigate those risks with automated risk ratings

      Add issues the have been detected in peer review or that have materialised from risks

      Assign a RAG status to configurable release milestones such as test automation coverage, CAB submission and architectural review

      Detect code collision

    • Automate Peer Reviews

      Teams can submit code for peer review and received an excel file response, allowing them to check their code before formal submission to COE

      The COE automated peer review is stored against a release and issues can be created directly from the results

      Automated peer reviews are run against a series of configurable rules for each project. Rules can have their priority changed, be switched on or off and have configuration values such as naming conventions specified within the context of a project or development stream

      Automated peer reviews do not replace human peer reviews or health check analysis but frees up time for the COE to focus on architecture, performance, and user experience

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