Since its inception, our development team has been constantly improving, tweaking, and enhancing Syncrofy based on customer feedback to help users get the most out of the solution. As a result, Syncrofy over the last year has experienced tremendous growth, dramatically increasing its user base and the number of documents supported.
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One of the things that separates Syncrofy from other EDI software is that users can choose to see (and identify) the information that is most important to them and their job-related tasks. Users can customize their reports and dashboard to have an up-close view of the data that directly affects what they do.
Did you know you can also do the same with notifications?
After our second blog post on Syncrofy’s Exceptions, you should have a better understanding of how SLA Exceptions work, how to use them, and how they integrate with your business. For this entry, we’re going to examine Value Exceptions and how they differ from SLAs, give you some examples and when to use them, and describe how they make tracking document issues a breeze.
Syncrofy users can always count on the software to provide notifications on business data in real-time. Whether it be when a specific document is processed, or a conversation you had with a business partner, users can configure alerts so they are notified accordingly and stay up-to-date on important information.
Last month, members of our Syncrofy QA team attended the 1st Annual Test Leadership Congress Proceedings at Baruch College in New York City. The event was organized by Test Masters Academy, an organization that provides quality assurance education through conferences, trainings, and community events.
This is the third entry in a series of posts that will examine how to break and modify the rules of Agile methodology to fit your team.
In our first post we discussed how adjusting your team size and the length of stand-up meetings can be beneficial. We followed that up with how “For Discussion” meetings can be a time saver when it comes to sprint planning sessions. This entry will focus on how modifying your sprint demos can help you develop a more streamlined demo process, allowing your team to get the most out of these sessions and hear what’s important to the major stakeholders.
What You Need to Consider Before Choosing a Distributed File System (DFS) From a Development Team That’s Lived It
As our flagship software Syncrofy has grown from adolescence into a professional architecture filled with all the things mature online applications should have (e.g. redundant service nodes and load balancing), we had to think about what to do with our Lucene index.
This is the second entry in a series of posts that will examine how to break and modify the rules of agile methodology to fit your team.
In our first post we discussed how pushing the envelope in terms of team size and the length of stand-up meetings can be beneficial. This entry will focus on how having “For Discussion” meetings can be a time saver when it comes to your sprint planning sessions.
This is the first entry in a series of posts that will discuss breaking or modifying the rules of agile methodology to fit your team.
Agile methodologies like scrum are great practices to follow for companies of all sizes, but they can be particularly challenging for startups. One of scrum's traditional guidelines is to have a small development team with similar or interchangeable skillsets, enabling any team member to work on the highest priority work. However, with a smaller company this may not be possible or the best use of time and resources.
“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” - Henry Ford
Our development team is constantly working to ensure that Syncrofy not only meets our customers’ needs, but also offers an exceptional user experience. In an effort to optimize that experience, one of the newest and most exciting additions to Syncrofy is the ability for users to invite their B2B partner organizations to use the software at no cost to them. Syncrofy’s Dashboards and Reports already enable users to gain greater visibility into their data, but with partner invites, that concept is being taken to a whole other level.
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