Imagine the ideal testing scenario: an isolated environment where you can build and test without unexpected consequences. What if this scenario could be a reality?
When you’re new to a software or technology, or need to make a change to an existing form or process, the potential for error might seem great enough to stop you from even giving it a try. You see, often, when we change one thing – processes that seem to be unrelated suddenly fail to operate as planned. You might call it the “domino” effect.
Learn what sets one solution apart from another, and the questions you should be asking to make the right decision.
Whether your team has a mobile data solution in place that has been functioning well for years, or, you’re in the market for something new, there’s a piece of the puzzle that’s often overlooked: who is helping driving that solution?
Something we’ve come to recognize, especially in the world of software and technology, is that nothing stays the same.
Implementation is popular topic. Look at the reviews for any technological platform, digital service or mobile data solution and you’re likely to find a lot of ways that implementation went well, or the ways it fell short. In fact, an implementation can make or break whether a solution works as well as it could for your organization both now and in the future.