Many of the most popular and powerful applications and platforms that businesses rely on to support daily operations are built with expandability in mind. For example, SharePoint, Salesforce, and Microsoft’s Power Platform all feature building blocks and integrations to facilitate customized functionality. Arraya can help you take advantage of the flexibility these features offer.
More Features, a Better Organizational Fit, and Lower Costs
Through customization you can avoid the costs and lengthy development time associated with full custom app development but still easily adapt your digital tools to fit your unique requirements. This track reduces backend management burdens and makes sharing customizations across the organization fast and easy.
Unshackle Yourself From Inflexible Legacy Apps
Customization reduces reliance on third-party software products, which cuts costs. Many companies are saddled with expensive or restrictive contracts for software tools that fill only a tiny operational niche.
Using a single platform that can be adjusted to fit different needs (instead of relying on many different apps) makes the user experience simple and consistent. This avoids confusion and makes things more efficient in the long run by accelerating the onboarding process.
To gain a competitive advantage, you have to go beyond standard offerings.
In a competitive marketplace, opting for standardized tools and processes that aren’t customized to achieve your unique objectives is a losing strategy. It causes a host of avoidable issues:
Arraya Identifies Gaps in Your Tools and Fills Them
We examine functional and nonfunctional requirements for diverse organizations from a range of industries, including logistics, healthcare, utilities, real estate, legal, insurance, and more.
First, we record functional user stories in expert-led discovery sessions that capture the real world behavior of your teams, and identify and document missing functions.
Next, field-tested scripts are used to highlight misconfigurations, database communication gaps, orphaned features and content, and unused legacy components.
Finally, Arraya leads a collaborative effort to build a solution integrating those missing functions, as well as a plan to implement them. A post-assessment data review shares the results of our findings and the corrective actions taken.