news | September 10, 2015
JCommerce provides software development for Telco sector in Finland
JCommerce Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse Team has commenced cooperation and software development with one of the biggest customers in the Telco sector in Finland. In recent times there has been a major renewal in terms of the Finnish IT landscape, business systems and customer service channels. Based on which we have had the chance to introduce our software development skills and nearshore cooperation model as a huge advantage in the delivery process when working with “big fish” in the land of lakes.
As of the beginning of September 2015, our experienced Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse team has commenced cooperation with one of our strategic partners in Finland. We will be responsible for the entire new DW architecture and further BI & DW development for one of the biggest customers in the Telco sector in Finland.
Our client has decided to split the project into two phases. Phase 1 will pertain to BI/DW Architect engagement (from both the JCommerce and the customer’s side). During this cycle our DW Architect will come up with a prototype and agree all of the project requirements, such as architecture, technology, tools, and knowledge transfer, amongst others. Once phase #1 is finished (planned by the end of November 2015) we will start phase #2 where the customer will engage with our engineering team (2 Business Intelligence Specialists and 2 Data Warehouse Experts). Our DW Architect will at the same time be a key contact person responsible for the entire development of the nearshore side of the project and will be the SPOC for the team that will operate from Finland.
We have already been informed that, in terms of the Database, the client has decided to use Oracle Exadata, and as for the ETL tool – Informatica. Our team members are keen to explore Data Virtualization & Data Vault Modeling because these will probably be the key areas when working on the detailed architecture of this Data Warehouse.
The project seems to be complex – but we like it and we will MAKE IT!