|Date||7th December 2017|
|Time||17 - 17.45 hrs|
Fast project implementation, flexible adaptations and quick feasibility analysis with the Linked Data Layer.
The time in which products were developed behind closed doors for years until they reached perfection is long gone. Increasingly shorter product lifecycles and a wide variety of variants require even faster development times. New methods such as agile development and design thinking take this into account and are being used more and more.
Agile development requires reliable data and information in order to be able to react quickly to internal and external changes. If this is also done within interdisciplinary, creative teams as prescribed by the approach of design thinking, old methods and tools quickly reach their limits.
The paradigm: 80% solutions of developed use cases should quickly prove their usefulness. On the one hand, this can only be achieved if all the necessary data is available in the context of development without errors in order to make the right decisions. On the other hand, it is equally essential to test the theory of the model in practice. In other words, in quickly configurable software solutions that not only save time, but also give you the freedom to test unusual solutions. Even unusual approaches - fast trial and error - follow in the sense of the design thinking approach. If things go wrong, I've lost very little time. Does the approach work, do I have the gold pot at the end of the rainbow? A win-win situation.
In this webinar, you will learn how Proof of Concepts configured in a week's time allows you to quickly start projects and demonstrate the feasibility of use cases. Adapt flexibly in the course of the process, integrating the requirements of your customers, business units and the knowledge of your employees. Free up synergy effects and resources through cross-domain transparency and traceability of decisions and relations.
We look forward to your participation. Please register here:
- DATE: Thursday, 7th December 2017, 17 - 17:45 hrs
- DURATION: 45 minutes incl. Q&A