When we design your business software, we think of people. It is the people who work with our software day to day, thus it is their satisfaction and growth that we are aiming for.Our goal is to provide business software for humans; one that is efficient and easy to use. A human-centered design ensures that our solution will meet the demands of your employees in accordance with their specific roles, inherent needs, and varying requirements. In general terms, system design defines system elements such as modules or components, architecture, data management, interfaces, and security measures based on specified requirements.
NavTech Group's job is to ensure that these designs meet your needs. As your partners, we analyze potential gaps and suggest additional improvements based on desired processes. We develop these add-ons to satisfy your distinct business needs and requirements. For that reason, our choice is to work with both Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and LS Retail, a system that has already been designed by industry leaders.
A crucial step towards a business solution that will fulfill your demands is proof of concept (PoC).PoC is a general approach that involves testing certain assumptions in order to obtain confirmation whether the idea is feasible, viable and applicable. In other words, it shows whether the software product or its separate function is a solution to a particular business problem. PoC allows us to test an idea’s practicality before investing time and resources. By starting out with PoC, we can spot and minimize any potential risks that may appear during the process of product development.
The preparation of PoC is crucial for the excellent execution of the project. It outlines the objectives and scope; the time duration and efforts needed for the development as well as the processes that would guarantee success. PoC gives us the opportunity to smooth out the project idea and make any necessary changes before proceeding towards the actual development.
Why is a Proof of Concept a crucial part of the implementation process?
- Demonstrates whether a business idea is feasible
- Proves the usability of the project to your customers
- Checks the scalability of the project
- Reduces the uncertainty
- Tests the methodology before implementing it on a large scale
- Provides transparency which helps you avoid any potential mistakes or risk