There is tremendous irony in many areas of IS&T. One of them is that so much of the go-live operations management process is often done on paper. One such example of this is how go-live command centers are managed. These command centers are often manned by staff who are constantly updating whiteboards, transcribing issues into electronic issue management systems, and manually generating status reports for overall progress. These procedures are quite cumbersome, and adds delay into the process of identifying support issues which may be pervasive. Leveraging technology to record support issues at the point of incident allows an easier input method and an issue to be triaged more quickly. Simple mobile apps and other technology can be used to record these incidents and electronic dashboards can be used to highlight pervasive issues and generate automated status reports of overall system health. A digital command center can add value and efficiency to an organization's go live operations.