Web and Enterprise portals have been around ever since the early days of the internet and they are still heavily relied upon today. Nowadays, businesses are focused on trying to provide the best customer experience as possible in relation to these two portals. But first, explore what these portals are and how they are used.[Read more…] about Web and Enterprise Portals
A sales funnel is the method of trading used by organizations when procuring large contracts for goods and or services. Basically, the customer takes control of the selling process by issuing a “Request for Proposal” and requiring a proposal response from previously identified or interested suppliers.[Read more…] about Enterprise Sales Funnel
Enterprise Service Bus is a software architecture model that is used for designing and implementing communication within a project. It follows a service-oriented structure and helps to establish a connection between mutually interacting software applications.[Read more…] about Enterprise Service Bus
Understanding Enterprise Frameworks can be a tall order however we have a presentation to help get you accustomed. Below, we go over Java & .NET, giving you a crash course in two of the most influential frameworks in the market right now.[Read more…] about Enterprise Frameworks: Java and .NET
Now more than ever can a small team get off the ground quickly, start selling and deliver their service or product, and compete with established players.[Read more…] about Microenterprise – Building the Future, Today
Real-time data processing is the current state-of-the-art in business platform data engineering practices. Long gone are the days of batch processing and monolithic ETL engines that are turned on at midnight. Today’s demands come from the number of mobile users and things on the internet. Mobile phones and tablets have steadily increased in the realm of customer experience as companies create mobile only or mobile-first interfaces to interact with their commercial systems or business processes. Similarly, there are other “things” in the “Internet of Things” (IoT) such as rental bikes and scooters, key-less home locks, as smart home thermostats.