Technology strategy to optimize your chosen solution and help you stay ahead of the competition

With technological advancements being made everyday and new software products as well as development methodologies constantly evolving, it’s challenging to keep up. It is amidst this chaos that enterprises have to align their IT strategy with their business goals. Organizations are faced with a mind-boggling choice of software vendors offering a variety of products that solve business problems in both the Commerce and B2B Integration space. However, the IT strategy decision only begins at this stage of solution or product evaluation. Throughout the software development lifecycle that follows there are a number of critical decisions that needs to be taken after careful consideration of factors that range from availability, scalability, reliability to cost, open-source and availability of skilled resources in the market.

In the quest to cut costs typical solution implementation and testing services include very bare bone strategic services if at all and take a functional solution first implementation approach. Very often businesses have more than one SI implementing and testing different components of the overall solution. This only compounds the problem as no vendor is accountable for the choice of a poor strategy or technology choices. Unless your IT leadership team is taking on complete responsibility for defining the IT strategy and laying the architecture framework governing the non-functional mandates for the solution there is a strong need for an independent technology strategic advisory. Only the right IT services partner with a thorough understanding of the core applications being implemented and with deep technical expertise in the finer aspects of clustering, virtualization, load balancing and redundancy is uniquely positioned to help ask the right questions and frame the Technology strategy to govern these solution rollouts. Perfaware, an IBM Advanced Business Partner, can help you do just that for your B2B Integration and Omni-Channel Commerce implementations through our Strategic Services.

Featured Service Offerings

Hardware Sizing / Capacity Planning
Determine the right amount of hardware you need depending on your unique solution footprint, business operations and volumes.

Enterprise Architecture Planning
Planning for your enterprise solution needs to factor in the needs of high availability, clustering, scalability, virtualization and performance. Integration with other systems and considerations like maintenance and reporting help you establish a concreate Architecture roadmap for your solution.

Design Optimization Review (Sterling OMS)
Optimize your Sterling OMS based Omni-Channel Commerce solution for performance and scalability before go-live with best practices in solution design, alert handling and data management.

Our Value Proposition

Perfaware helps clients across industries establish and implement the right technology strategy for their Commerce and B2B Integration solutions. Perfaware’s extensive expertise in IBM and other leading vendors’ packaged applications and associated technology stack in these domains and on the complex performance and technical challenges that arise in the largest enterprises gives us the competitive edge to best serve your needs. We take a vendor agnostic approach to find the right combination of technology stack – hardware and software, tools and methodologies to help channel your investment in the right direction and realize a robust solution and infrastructure to meet the business now and in the future.

  • Design Optimization Review
      Optimize your Sterling OMS based Omni-Channel Commerce solution for performance and scalability before go-live with best practices in solution design, alert handling and data management.
  • Enterprise Architecture Planning
      Planning for your enterprise solution needs to factor in the needs of high availability, clustering, scalability, virtualization and performance. Integration with other systems and considerations like maintenance and reporting help you establish a concreate Architecture roadmap for your solution.
  • Hardware Sizing
      Determine the right amount of hardware you need depending on your unique solution footprint, business operations and volumes.
+ Overview

Technology strategy to optimize your chosen solution and help you stay ahead of the competition

With technological advancements being made everyday and new software products as well as development methodologies constantly evolving, it’s challenging to keep up. It is amidst this chaos that enterprises have to align their IT strategy with their business goals. Organizations are faced with a mind-boggling choice of software vendors offering a variety of products that solve business problems in both the Commerce and B2B Integration space. However, the IT strategy decision only begins at this stage of solution or product evaluation. Throughout the software development lifecycle that follows there are a number of critical decisions that needs to be taken after careful consideration of factors that range from availability, scalability, reliability to cost, open-source and availability of skilled resources in the market.

In the quest to cut costs typical solution implementation and testing services include very bare bone strategic services if at all and take a functional solution first implementation approach. Very often businesses have more than one SI implementing and testing different components of the overall solution. This only compounds the problem as no vendor is accountable for the choice of a poor strategy or technology choices. Unless your IT leadership team is taking on complete responsibility for defining the IT strategy and laying the architecture framework governing the non-functional mandates for the solution there is a strong need for an independent technology strategic advisory. Only the right IT services partner with a thorough understanding of the core applications being implemented and with deep technical expertise in the finer aspects of clustering, virtualization, load balancing and redundancy is uniquely positioned to help ask the right questions and frame the Technology strategy to govern these solution rollouts. Perfaware, an IBM Advanced Business Partner, can help you do just that for your B2B Integration and Omni-Channel Commerce implementations through our Strategic Services.

Featured Service Offerings

Hardware Sizing / Capacity Planning
Determine the right amount of hardware you need depending on your unique solution footprint, business operations and volumes.

Enterprise Architecture Planning
Planning for your enterprise solution needs to factor in the needs of high availability, clustering, scalability, virtualization and performance. Integration with other systems and considerations like maintenance and reporting help you establish a concreate Architecture roadmap for your solution.

Design Optimization Review (Sterling OMS)
Optimize your Sterling OMS based Omni-Channel Commerce solution for performance and scalability before go-live with best practices in solution design, alert handling and data management.

Our Value Proposition

Perfaware helps clients across industries establish and implement the right technology strategy for their Commerce and B2B Integration solutions. Perfaware’s extensive expertise in IBM and other leading vendors’ packaged applications and associated technology stack in these domains and on the complex performance and technical challenges that arise in the largest enterprises gives us the competitive edge to best serve your needs. We take a vendor agnostic approach to find the right combination of technology stack – hardware and software, tools and methodologies to help channel your investment in the right direction and realize a robust solution and infrastructure to meet the business now and in the future.

+ Services Offering
  • Design Optimization Review
      Optimize your Sterling OMS based Omni-Channel Commerce solution for performance and scalability before go-live with best practices in solution design, alert handling and data management.
  • Enterprise Architecture Planning
      Planning for your enterprise solution needs to factor in the needs of high availability, clustering, scalability, virtualization and performance. Integration with other systems and considerations like maintenance and reporting help you establish a concreate Architecture roadmap for your solution.
  • Hardware Sizing
      Determine the right amount of hardware you need depending on your unique solution footprint, business operations and volumes.