Benefits of an MVP Approach to OMS

Benefits of an MVP Approach to OMS

By Andrew Hackett What is MVP?     A minimum viable product (MVP) is a version of a product with the minimum required number of features to be usable by early customers who can then provide feedback for future product development. It allows you to arrive at a workable...
Post MVP Enhancements

Post MVP Enhancements

By Jane Seaton If you’ve built your MVP (minimum viable product) for OMS (order management system) or at the very least, know what it will look like for you, then it’s likely you’ll want to continue improving on your post purchase experience and capabilities once...
What is MVP in OMS?

What is MVP in OMS?

By Shine Mathew If you’re planning to implement an Order Management System (OMS) then your Minimum Viable Product (MVP) can be entirely different based on your scenario and starting point. Building on our previous piece on which comes first, eCom or OMS, here we...
The Complexities of Implementing eCommerce vs OMS

The Complexities of Implementing eCommerce vs OMS

By Shine Mathew Implementing a new ecommerce engine or an OMS (order management system) both come with their own myriad collection of intricacies. When choosing between which one to implement first it’s crucial to understand the complexities these implementations...
Ecommerce or OMS first?

Ecommerce or OMS first?

By Andrew Hackett The process of choosing between implementing a new ecommerce engine or an OMS (order management system) is similar to the chicken and egg problem, which comes first? We believe the answer lies in your own capabilities; Today, can you show real time...