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This blog tackles various topics around Digital Commerce, Information governance and Master Data Management. It is dedicated to all professionals who participate in e-Business IT projects – Consultants, Decisions makers, Clients and Visionaries.
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With no exception, all Software Methodologies define the Requirements Gathering process as the most important one in crafting the fate of the soon-to-be software system. The reason is simple: this is the activity where we establish a foundation of the future solution; we exercise our knowledge of the business domain and define the expectations for success.
"Young" hybris partners often failt to create robust hybris solutions due to a lack of real-life hybris experience and a structured project setup, suited for hybris implementations.
Here are few ideas how to unlock the potential of a young partner ...
We create e-Commerce software so that Business people can use it. Therefore, enabling the Business users is a key factor for the successful adoption of the new solution.
In essence, it is the outcome of the User Enablement program that defines if we have passed the hardest test, namely: to satisfy the key beneficiaries of the new solution – the Consumers and the Business Users.
Current digital technologies offer unlimited opportunities for Consumers to find, evaluate and purchase goods.
The modern Consumers are not shopping anymore in a linear way - they are using various channels, bouncing from one touchpoint to another, getting ultimately into the habit of using various ways to buy products and receive services.
It is known – a software project requires certain expertise regarding the business domain it affects. Subject Matter Experts are always welcomed when it comes to strategic consulting, supervision or business modelling.
Executing a project is much easier when it follows a well-defined and proven methodology...