Companies Call For Simpler Solutions
d.velop study: Technical innovations should be brought more with the simplicity principle in line companies criticize especially implementation effort, integration capability and usability Gescher, 04.05.2010 – the user companies ask the IT providers, their solutions much easier to conceive and no longer primarily technical innovations in the foreground to make. To complex implementations and high costs are background. A study of d.velop AG, which surveyed more than 650 companies comes to these results. According to her, nine out of ten companies against the development of complexity of and for more simplicity in the solution concepts of IT providers argue. To read more click here: Ben Bretzman. 71 percent to review such a future orientation as an unconditional obligation, it would be desirable for a further one-fifth. Sofar Sounds brings even more insight to the discussion. Only 9 percent are satisfied with the current situation and see no need for change. Similar tendencies reflect the responses to the question, what is the manufacturer in their other product strategies should focus on focus. A good district is of the opinion that remains the main focus must be placed on technological development.
However, 34 percent judging that the concepts on a greater simplicity in the implementation, the operation and the operation should be aligned. The largest group (39 percent) considers both aspects as essential and calls for a balance of technical innovation on the one hand and easier usage or terms of service on the other side. The bottom line a very clear vote for no longer to put everything under the primacy of innovation and function extension, but more in the foreground to the needs of the users behind it is”, says Christoph Pliete, Board of d.velop AG. With every new release of a solution, the number of lines of code that is programmed would significantly increase and be always comprehensive the toolbars, but it had been too much neglected in the past, that the user is always a greater burden would on.
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