ISV Services - We offer outsourced software development services to retail software
vendors (ISVs) for all phases of software product development life cycle. These
services include Product engineering, Product porting, Database migration, Data
porting, Quality assurance, Product maintenance and Product support services.
For Retail ISVs, the pressure is on. Across the industry, an intensely competitive
market means shrinking product life cycles, growing technical complexities, shorter
release cycles and an ever-faster time-to-market.
DWP understands the unique and dynamic requirements of the customers of Retail ISVs,
and has a dedicated business unit to meet them. We have strong knowledge in retail
business segment. We have successfully delivered few large retail lifecycle product
development projects. Our Retail ISV practice is committed to serving the growing
demand of our clients around the globe. We've also invested in building Centers
of Expertise focused on key technology stack such as .NET, J2EE and middleware platforms
to further facilitate rapid time-to-market.
DWP Services for Retail ISVs:
- Make faster and more-informed decisions for better overall performance of the organization
by integrating and analyzing information from a variety of sources, including a
current data warehouse, store transactional information, legacy applications, enterprise
resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and external sources.
- Improve business processes in areas such as real-time fraud detection, out-of-stock
monitoring, equipment maintenance, task management, and optimized processes for
cash register and store openings through enhanced integration, analysis, and reporting
- Use sophisticated analytics to help with price, merchandise, and promotion optimization.
For example, retailers can customize the merchandise offer to the profile of a store
or channel; maximize sales at full margin when there is the demand; and react quickly
to reduce slow-moving stock to make way for new lines.
- More easily share accurate product information, with improved communication and
interaction with customers, employees, headquarters, and suppliers.
- Enhance customer service levels by supplying employees with product information;
the ability to address out-of-stocks; and the ability to handle complaints in real
time, through handheld devices for use on the store floor.
- Enable suppliers to more easily access appropriate, predetermined information that
can help speed replenishment and anticipate stock-outs. This type of collaboration
could include sharing sales data, forecasts, and production information, as well
as exchanges of documents such as purchase orders, Advance Shipment Notifications
(ASNs), invoices, and credit notes.