Enterprise software is notorious for being difficult to use. It’s complex by nature and it requires robust security that complicates development. And because multiple stakeholders are involved, it can be difficult to meet everyone’s needs. How many times have you heard a story about an organization who spent millions of dollars rolling out a new
Nearly everyone has been on a project that was drawn out and not as successful as it could have been due to disagreements amongst team members. These projects are stressful, waste valuable development time, and, in the end, cost the business money. But project teams are human, and differences of opinion are part of life.
Retailers are making digital a priority in 2018. And for good reason: Forrester is predicting that digital will in some way impact more than half of total U.S. retail sales in 2018. While the in-store experience does still influence shoppers, the reality is that the buying process today is omni-channel. Customers may start a shopping
Forming an idea for a new piece of software is energizing. Brainstorming possibilities and envisioning potential inspires team members to create something new that solves a problem. Ideation is exciting, but without putting your idea through its paces, you may not end up with the product you expect. Is the idea practical? Is it feasible?
There are over 120 e-commerce platforms and shopping cart software programs. How do you know which software to use for your online store? Some are better than others (some are downright awful), and they each have their pros and cons. To make the right decision for your company, you’ll want to first get a picture