Be a Leader Who Empowers
A successful business is powered by successful teams. By prioritizing team health and creating an environment that encourages professional development, emphasizes continuous improvement, and cultivates psychological safety, leaders can improve retention and help their teams deliver more business value.
Coach Championship-Level Teams
Give actionable feedback, improve career pathing, and make the most of 1:1s with Velocity. Key modules offer insights into a developer's technical toolbox and help track progress towards goals, so you can help every developer reach their true potential.
Meet Your Developers Where They Are
With both industry and internal benchmarks, as well as modules that track key goals, Velocity can help you spot those who need support, as well as identify top performers to celebrate successes and scale their best practices.
Standardize Code Review Processes
Code review metrics make it possible to view the involvement and influence of different team members, so you can keep review distribution fair and help combat common biases.
Keep Burnout at Bay
With modules that help you visualize workload distribution and spot deviations from typical work patterns, Velocity can help leaders proactively identify developers at risk of burning out.
Understand how long it takes new hires to get up to speed, so you can improve the efficacy of your onboarding processes and help new team members make productive contributions even sooner.
Level Up Your Team
When teams are motivated to keep improving, everyone wins. Engineering data can help you set specific, actionable goals that drive professional development and boost team performance, while ensuring team members feel safe enough to take the risks necessary for growth.
Data in Context
"Many of these metrics would be nearly impossible to find without Velocity, because tools like GitHub are really just about the code you write, not necessarily the reviews or the comments. You lose a lot of context and end up with missing pieces. The daily activities of our engineers encompass a lot more than just writing code."
Recognize High Performers
"Sometimes, I have developers who aren't performing to expectation, and some who are perceived to not be performing. By being able to look at the aggregated data, I can verify that a developer is performing where we think they are. This tool has allowed me to justify a promotion for one of my quieter developers who people didn't perceive as a high performer."