Troy-based Calibo Granted Patent for Advancing Software Value Chain

Calibo in Troy, a platform as a service (PaaS) developer and provider of end-to-end self-service development and digital business platforms, was granted a patent for a system that identifies value-added services in the software supply chain so those teams can identify bottlenecks and optimize development.
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Troy-based Calibo has developed a software system to help companies identify value in their software supply chain. // Stock photo

Calibo in Troy, a platform as a service (PaaS) developer and provider of end-to-end self-service development and digital business platforms, was granted a patent for a system that identifies value-added services in the software supply chain so those teams can identify bottlenecks and optimize development.

The patent, titled “Architecture for Analysis of Value Stream for Software Products,” is a method of generating value in the software supply chain. In the software supply chain, different activities such as cloud environment provisioning, code commit, automated testing, CI/CD pipeline, and cloud deployment generate artifacts.

From there, the artifacts are correlated with the application developed to identify drift in the software supply chain, derive efficiency, and optimize the overall value chain.

“This patent is a testament to our team’s work to accelerate digital business initiatives in the most efficient ways possible,” says Raj Vattikutti, founder and executive chairman at Calibo. “Many business leaders aren’t sure where exactly their processes hold the most value and this patent gives them the blueprint to find it.”

Creating efficiencies in the software development process is a key objective of any digital business so it can optimize workflows, simplify technology, and make the most out of investments.

The patented process was developed to bring a new level of visibility into the software supply chain. Granular activity measurements — from cloud environment provisioning to automated testing to code deployments — dig deep to find where the most value is generated in the software supply chain.

“This milestone reinforces Calibo’s leading position of providing digital business platforms, allowing business and technology teams to collaborate and focus on creating data and digital products that drive growth,” says Scott Sandschafer, CEO at Calibo.

“This newly granted patent, along with multiple pending patents, will empower enterprises to accelerate their digital business journeys with an embedded, flexible digital business methodology. Our customers stand to gain immense benefit from this innovation in the form of improved software engineering performance and optimized technology investment.”

Learn more about Calibo and its PaaS platform.