days
0
-41
-9
hours
-1
0
minutes
-4
-5
seconds
-5
-9
search

Jitin Agarwal

Jitin Agarwal
Jitin (Jit) Agarwal serves as EPAM’s VP of Enterprise Products where he is focused on productizing and monetizing EPAM’s intellectual property and core services. Mr. Agarwal is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully led multiple startups to scale and launched numerous products in his career. Most recently, he created and ran the assetSERV™ Business Unit at Cognizant, where he grew revenues from $100K to $100M+ in TCV over his tenure. Mr. Agarwal has expertise in all aspects of product and venture lifecycles, including ideation, funding, development, sales and marketing as well as post-sales customer success. In addition to working with startups, he has worked at a number of leading technology firms, including Microsoft, Cognizant and Gartner. Mr. Agarwal is an alumnus of the University of Michigan and Northwestern University.

All Posts by this author

The Outcomes & Iterations of Agile

Agile in the Age of Pandemic: Best Practices, Part III

Whether it’s a faster turn for development, more robust products or a delighted customer base—the benefits of Agile are there for organizations to realize. Learn how to curb your technical debt, close out your initial Agile-baed projects and know when your teams are “done”.

Running an Agile Program in Your Organization

Agile in the Age of Pandemic: Best Practices, Part II

It’s important, with Agile, to attain the right level of flexibility, run effective standups and Scrums, and take short sprints. This post focuses on what happens after liftoff: Best practices for actually running Agile within an enterprise. Ready to bring the concept down to earth? Let’s make it real.

Launching an Agile Program with a Remote By Design Approach

Agile in the Age of Pandemic: Best Practices, Part I

The Agile methodology began nearly 20 years ago, with the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. Since then, Agile become has been adopted by most successful software development organizations, especially those competing on “internet time.” What are the best Agile practices?