Together with the company’s team, we have decided to put in place a new order management system, based on IBM Sterling. The new OMS should’ve been able to respond better to the increase customer demands and to the complexity of the company’s IT landscape.
With a clear overview of the actual working environment and the current approach of our client in achieving its goals, we used an agile working environment, based on the SCRUM methodology, for three integration teams. This approach allowed the customer to have full visibility on the delivered business value and to adjust the project’s priorities accordingly. Also, we continuously improved the collaboration with the customer by organising workshops and review sessions at each milestone achieved.
In order to maintain a high quality of deliverables, our business analysts successfully gathered specifications and designed solutions that meet required functionalities such as interface standardisation and component reusability.
Our specialists managed to build new integration components and extend existing ones, all while following best practices in application integration. Also, they successfully applied EAI message exchange patterns. All these functionalities fit in the existing TIBCO-based ESB architecture and allow future integration when and if needed.