—Palmer joins Cardagraph as an industry veteran looking to push forward the technology arm at the company.
Salt Lake City, Utah, [August 3, 2022]—Cardagraph, the technology company that is dramatically improving software development estimating and delivery using its unique approach and platform, is announcing it has brought on Bart Palmer, PhD. as Chief Technology Officer to advance the technology arm at the company.
Palmer comes from an extensive data-oriented background in both his career and his PhD from Utah State University in Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences.
With his previous experience—Palmer is poised to make an immediate impact on Cardagraph’s ability to implement new customers and scale up internal technologies and tools.
“I've experienced exactly the problems of software development estimation and planning that are solved with Cardagraph” said Palmer. “Innovation on hard and difficult problems to make things easier for other people is my passion – Cardagraph is a genius innovation. I am excited to be on this dedicated and energetic team.”
“Bart’s efforts will further our abilities to execute on delivering predictability within product development” said Bentley Wilson, CEO, Cardagraph. “This will allow us to better empower product leaders to be more agile and reliable than ever before because they will now have the ability to plan, predict, and deliver based on data”.
Cardagraph offers integrations into Asana, Azure DevOps, JIRA, GitHub, and many other popular ticketing tools, and uses its technology platform to make it easy for product and development leaders to see estimation reality in real-time. The company sells its solution as a SaaS offering.
For more information or to see a demo, visit cardagraph.com
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