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When should you engage with a Retail Operations Consultant?

In successful retailing, it is essential to have effective and efficient retail operations. It is necessary, at times, to seek outside consultants in order to ensure the successful delivery of a product or service to customers at the final retail location. Retail Operations Consultants are able to help support clients with extensive retail operational experience, knowledge, and skill sets.

But why would I want to work with a consultant?

  • 30 January 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 4078

Why engage with a Business Management Consultant?

Business Management Consulting Solutions

If your company is considering working with Expert Consultants, you probably want to know what to expect. The main element you should understand about business management consulting is that we are here to help you succeed. But, why should an organization consider Business Management Consulting?

As a part of an organization, you may come to realize that there are certain areas where you lack the expertise, objectivity, or experience. These are areas where an Expert Consultant may be able to help.

  • 24 January 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 4555

UI/UX – What’s the difference?

User Interface / User Experience Overview

User Interface and User Experience can be a bit confusing at first, so let’s start way back at the beginning. When it comes to the design, User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are two of the main ingredients to a successful application or product. Your goal is to have an end result that is a good balance between both UI and UX. But, what exactly are they and how are they different?

  • 18 January 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3669

Software Development Life Cycle - Getting it right for you

SDLC Overview

SDLC, or Software Development Life Cycle, is a process classified into a set of phases. These phases, or steps, provide a model for the development and lifecycle management of an application or piece of software. What does that mean exactly? Basically, SDLC is the outline used to frame whatever methods you’d like to use for the creation of information or a software system. It’s a step-by-step process involved in the development of a software product. That’s what makes it the software development process. SDLC is the, “Why do we need this?”, “What problems might we face?”, “Let’s design and put this thing in motion” model.

  • 10 January 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 8496
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Why DotNetNuke?

Susan and I formed J&S Tech Designs in 2007 in response to the success that we had using DotNetNuke to build a website for a local political organization. www.WheatlandDemocrats.com We took the expertise that we learned from that experience and helped some other local political organizations and then we stumbled into the small business market, our first client was The Guilty Party Catering in Naperville.  From there it was a quick headfirst dive into owning our first business.  Before finding DotNetNuke, I had built websites in HTML, however...
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SDLC Overview

SDLC, or Software Development Life Cycle, is a process classified into a set of phases. These phases, or steps, provide a model for the development and lifecycle management of an application or piece of software. What does that mean exactly? Basically, SDLC is the outline used to frame whatever methods you’d like to use for the creation of information or a software system. It’s a step-by-step process involved in the development of a software product. That’s what makes it the software development process. SDLC is the, “Why do we need this?”, “What problems might we face?”, “Let’s design and put this thing in motion” model.
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User Interface / User Experience Overview

User Interface and User Experience can be a bit confusing at first, so let’s start way back at the beginning. When it comes to the design, User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are two of the main ingredients to a successful application or product. Your goal is to have an end result that is a good balance between both UI and UX. But, what exactly are they and how are they different?
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Business Management Consulting Solutions

If your company is considering working with Expert Consultants, you probably want to know what to expect. The main element you should understand about business management consulting is that we are here to help you succeed. But, why should an organization consider Business Management Consulting? As a part of an organization, you may come to realize that there are certain areas where you lack the expertise, objectivity, or experience. These are areas where an Expert Consultant may be able to help.
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When should you engage with a Retail Operations Consultant?

In successful retailing, it is essential to have effective and efficient retail operations. It is necessary, at times, to seek outside consultants in order to ensure the successful delivery of a product or service to customers at the final retail location. Retail Operations Consultants are able to help support clients with extensive retail operational experience, knowledge, and skill sets. But why would I want to work with a consultant?
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Why I chose DotNetNuke – Part 2

In 2006, I was busy working for Midas International as the Director of Software Development. The software I was working on, R.O. Writer, had its own website that the Midas IT department controlled, however, Midas IT was always busy making changes to the main corporate website and internal intranet projects and didn’t have much time to support our needs. Frustrated, I began a search for a new content management system (CMS) that would allow our support staff (the non-programmers) to be able to update the information on the website when we needed something done. That way, we would not have to wait for someone in IT to get around to our request. My criteria for a CMS was simple - it had to be a Microsoft ASP.NET solution running on a SQL server backend as that was the expertise we already had in house.  But which one...
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