Sweden is a Business Intelligence Development Area for JCommerce Professionals
We informed you in March, that we hosted Acando representatives, this time the Swedish partner invited us to come to Västerås, where Acando and the target Client have their headquarters.
During our stay, we participated in the four day training, where we learned about processes and principles which we have to carry out. We agreed detailed steps and actions, also acquainted with the system report errors and modifications related to the QlikView platform. As a part of the training, we solved examples of notifications which we will struggle with in the coming weeks. Consequently, we became a first line support in incident management.
Especially important was the day on which representatives of the target customer came to meet us and better know JCommerce. Our presentation met with a genuine interest, so we receive the opportunity to present it again for the Acando employees in Västerås.
Acando employees were very friendly, willing to help us and answered all questions. Along with them we created positive atmosphere that accompanied us until the end of our visit. Moreover, the Swedes kept us entertained in our spare time. They took us to places worth visiting in Västerås. One day we went bowling where … we do not have too much to boast about, but we are sure in the future we take a revenge 🙂
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
JCommerce, as a Gold partner of Microsoft, will take part in Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, July 13-17.
QlikView Application Management for our Swedish Client
From 1th of April we have begun to carry out a 3 years contract regarding QlikView consultancy & support service for our Swedish Client.
Nearshore cooperation in .NET technology with Italy and UK
During the last few months, we have been very active in the development of our nearshore cooperation with strategic Clients. We have agreed upon crucial elements of technological support provided by our Microsoft .NET development teams.
iOS mobile application for the University College London
Early April this year, we started to design and develop a back-end mobile application for an iOS platform. The product we are working on will use personalized psychometric data to create specifically tailored recommendations for users.