If creating and maintaining a technology roadmap falls within your purview, this hub will teach you how to both create and present this necessary tool—as well as identify the most applicable type of technology roadmap for your organization.
A guide to identifying and creating the right technology roadmap for your organization. Includes ten ready-to-use, customizable templates to get you started.
A technology roadmap is a powerful tool for communicating the strategy behind complex technological initiatives. It also helps create organizational alignment on what’s happening with these projects. A technology roadmap has a broad application in that it can take many different forms. Think of ‘technology roadmap’ as an umbrella term with various types of roadmaps falling under it, such as an IT systems roadmap, a development roadmap or a cloud strategy roadmap—just to name a few.
While a technology roadmap can often overlap with your product roadmap, it serves a different purpose. Your product roadmap strategizes your upcoming features and improvements to your product. Your technology roadmap, on the other hand, maps out the strategies pertaining to your infrastructure, platform and security that ultimately support your product strategy.
CTOs, engineering leads and IT managers create their own technology roadmaps to align and build clarity around the technical components of their organization. Given the widespread application of this roadmap type, we’ve created handy guides to help you create a technology roadmap best suited for you and your organization.Learn More
If you’re ready to build your technology roadmap, we’ve got you covered. Check out one of our tech templates and make edit it to fit your product management style. Explore the full template library >
Visualize timing and resourcing for the technology initiatives in your pipeline.
A flexible framework to track progress on your IT objectives. Quickly see what’s upcoming, in progress and done.
Visualize how your application portfolio will be upgraded and maintained over time.
Show which features and projects will be developed in each upcoming sprint.