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Netto eStores: A move to the most excellent cross-channel experience in record time

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Some work best under the pressure of time. Especially when it comes to e-commerce projects, we all know how important it is to keep up with the times when it comes to demands and trends, as well as literally being on time. Both levels can only be justified if internal and external conditions are right. In other words: Both processes and employee responsibilities in the company, as well as the system and technology framework must be well thought out or compatible. What this theory looks like in practice is shown in record time by the project we implemented together with our client Netto eStores.

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Introducing a PIM: Challenges for businesses

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Photo by Brad Barmore on Unsplash

Due to ever-advancing digitisation and constantly changing customer requirements, companies are always facing new challenges. When looking for solutions, we’ve shown in previous posts what opportunities and benefits come with a PIM system.

Today, however, we’d like to show why a PIM system can help retailers and manufacturers meet their current challenges and emphasise the strategic role a PIM system plays within each organisation.

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Going green – Facebook and other tech companies invest in renewable energy

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A data scandal here, sinking user numbers there. It looks like Facebook is continuing down the path of bad press for the long-haul. But Facebook has something good to announce, which should at least make environmentalists happy, among all their critics.

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Companies using agile methods [5 reading tips]

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German companies are fit for the digital transformation from the inside out. Not just external macro data such as the status quo of the online retail has proven this. Working methods and internal organisation are adapting to the pace of the digital world. Agile methods are no longer empty promises. On the contrary: Every other major company already relies on agile project management, as a from Bitkom Research makes clear (German only).

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Give me feedback and I’ll give you what you need! Agile app development for next level personalisation

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Software development without agile methods is like jogging without a fitness tracker: old-fashioned. It’s no different in app development. But it’s not the companies that are able to react quickly to market changes thanks to agile actions, but users who influence the app while it is being developed. Through early user feedback, developers can customise the app to taste, so that the target audience is as satisfied as possible.

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Digital twin: Virtual industrial facilities as a superlative for the optimisation of marketing, distribution, and services

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The digital transformation constantly enriches us with new buzzwords and challenges. Internet of things, okay. Digital twin, wait, what? What’s behind future concepts? Are they really as revolutionary as they seem?

Digital twin means much more than the mere virtual representation of a physical product. With the help of the digital twin, not only the physical elements but also the dynamics and processes behind them can be virtually mirrored. The benefits of this virtual representative cast a promising light on the horizon of new work.

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Can you reach goals faster and cheaper with agile project management?

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When talking about project management, the phrase »agility« cannot be ignored. A quick look at Meriam Webster gives »agilie« the following definition: “Marked by ready ability to move with quick easy grace.”

Consequently, the lean philosophy behind agile project management promises a flexible way of working away from the rigid system of the waterfall model. Of course flexibility sounds great Nevertheless, there are also some risks behind the modern way of working. In the end, the crucial management question arises: Can you reach goals faster and cheaper with agile methods?

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