UI/UX Strategy & Design
Based on fundamentals and informed by user research and testing, our UI/UX team delivers thoughtful designs that reflect your business needs and requirements by implementing UX principles and disciplines as they were intended.
Define the experience for your users.
What is UX?
UX, or User Experience, is the consequence that takes place when interacting with an object.
Why does my business need that?
If someone has a bad experience using your site or software, chances are they will abandon using the application, not return to the website or work inefficiently, slowing productivity.
What good is a UI if it’s just guesswork?
Uniformed opinions on a project are no different than siloed thinking.
If your application or product is going to be successful, let its design be tested and iterated upon, not built by assumptions
How’s that different from UI?
UI, or User Interface, is the means by which a user interacts with software or an application.
Oh! UI means make it pretty?
Well, yes and no. Designing a great interface is more than just colors and branding. By structuring information, creating intuitive workflows, and discovering why a screen should have a certain layout, you are creating a valued experience for your customers or employees.
What happened to failing fast?
Your business deserves more than just quick wireframes and output to developers. UX was built upon the foundation of exploring users’ needs with multiple design iterations and testing. If you don’t find your product’s failures before implementation, your unhappy users surely will.
Business Process Management is a discipline used to manage processes and workflows within an organization. By using different steps to increase efficiency, performance, and agility in operations of a business, the essential need for maintaining a competitive edge in today’s marketplace can be achieved.
Business Process Management
So, it’s software that breaks
things down into steps?
On a very high-level, yes. BPM can also integrate external software and processes your business already relies on to create the most efficient workflow for all of your user and business needs.
What are some of these steps?
Analysis, Design, Modeling, Execution, Monitoring, and Optimization
And how do those steps work together?
Each phase of developing BPM solutions has a handshake relationship with the next, just as your current workflows have. After discovering and identifying processes that can be created to meet requirements or improve performance, iterative designs are then modeled and implemented to achieve complete execution.
What type of tasks does
Receiving, Routing, Researching, Responding, Reporting, and Resolving. Essentially various ways to route, monitor and respond to work.
How do you know if it’s working well?
By collecting reporting data for performance, errors and compliance, your business can evaluate executed solutions against design models and KPIs to fix problem areas and prevent future errors.
How’s it built?
We begin by using PEGA, the leading technology for BPM solutions, as the backbone, and then tailor its functionality to match the needs of your organization.
What are some examples of BPM in action?
Management of transportation schedules and terminal operations, manufacturing and maintenance processes, invoicing and billing, customer on-boarding, bill disputes, insurance claims, manufacturing knowledge bases, customer service management, medical assessments and more.
Enterprise Resource Planning integrates the essential processes and information of your business and streamlines their function across an organization. Using a shared database to support multiple functions, inventory, order management, accounting, human resources, customer relationship management and much more can be optimized and shared to employees in completely different divisions.
Your organization enabled for the future.
How is this information shared?
Using a portal or dashboard, employees can access information from one stored system that synchronizes reporting and automation seamlessly in the background.
I see the word cloud with ERP all the time, is that different?
Cloud-based ERP solutions have become a more affordable solution to quickly adopt, implement and manage high-growth and mid-size companies. Because these cloud solutions allow for real-time reporting and business intelligence, visibility for staff and executives can become extremely valuable.
What are some examples?
Sales order management, balance reconciliations, status reports, inventory control in manufacturing, accounting, human resources on-boarding and more.
What kind of companies usually
benefit from this?
Using business intelligence while handling “front office” functions such as sales force automation, marketing automation and ecommerce, industries range from wholesale distribution to ecommerce.
How does my company make this change?
Bresatech is proud to be an alliance partner with Oracle NetSuite and the powerful ERP solutions they provide. After evaluating your business needs, we can find the right implementation to drive efficiency by eliminating redundant processes, breaking down barriers between business units and lowering the cost of running your organization.
Dev Ops / Automation is a new paradigm for delivery and system operations. It allows dev teams and operations team to collaborate in ways to increase overall agility, efficiency, and stability of your systems.
What is Dev Ops / Automation?
Dev Ops & Automation are a set of tools and a methodology that support a delivery pipeline and deployment process which automates and simplifies as many steps in the delivery chain as possible.
How does it work?
Using tools like Jenkins and standardized packages to automatically deploy, setup new environments, and manage rollbacks, teams can focus on high value activities and quick deployment to new environments.
What does Bresatech offer in
Bresatech can help by assessing your readiness to begin your Dev Ops enablement, determining the best fit for your organization, and defining a journey to take you from the very beginning to maturity in Dev Ops & Automation.
What other benefits does this method provide?
In addition to simplifying deployment, management teams implement QA Automation to allow for continuous integration and testing, quickly pinpointing quality issues in near real time, and reducing cost and time to market.
What are some of the things we would get with this assessment?
Determination of fit, Pilot timeline, Definition of As-Is & To-Be and KPI definition