Monthly Archives - April 2021

Are you Delivering Value?

  Is your product really delivering the promised value? No one will be surprised if this question comes up during the discussions with a salesperson, or a product manager. This value is actually built as a key ingredient of the product and it is equally important for the product developer to understand and assimilate the same while developing a feature. The value...

Data Strategy: A strategic asset

Mckinsey just came out with a study that found that the companies they survey could attribute 20% of their bottom line to AI implementation The buzz created around AI, ML is finally helping companies of all sizes to increase their revenue, OR reduce their costs. CoreView had an opportunity to develop ML-based business solutions for a variety of small and mid-sized...

Designed to Scale – 3

  "Won’t it make sense to build a highly scalable product right up front?", said the Designer. We were discussing the design of a new product that would perform iterative calculations and predict production results for the next three months. An algorithm that existed, was running well and calculating results for one month. It was in use for the past few years,...

Selling Knowledge Graphs – The Exciting Journey towards the unknown.

"The Journey is the Destination"... I could not find the Zen proverb fitting to a technology solution so well till now as it fits Knowledge Graphs. I won't get into what is a Knowledge graph, because there are tons of articles on the web that explain it in easy ways. The Internet has plenty of information about the advantages of...

Designed to Scale – 2

  You cannot build a skyscraper by putting huts on top of each other. Once a product is built for a specific scale, it is very difficult to scale it beyond a certain point. This becomes a very important point during building of a new software product. The concept of scale is very well understood in established branches of engineering and the...

Technology Integration

#TechnologyIntegration is not just a buzzword anymore, but a key to rapid software product #development. How much code can you write yourself? The best code written ever is #nocodee", because every time one writes a new line of code it has possibilities of having #bugs. In CoreView we have built hundreds of products and solutions that integrate well with existing third-party solutions. Many years ago,...

Goal, not the Technology

  Technology plays a crucial role in solving the problem, but just the knowledge of technology is never good enough. Recently came across a discussion on Linked In, focusing on the rapid changes in technology as well as emergence of newer technologies. The rapid pace makes it impossible to know each and every change around you. How useful is it for you...

Designed to Scale – 1

“You cannot build a tower, building one floor at a time.” I was talking about real towers and not those in the game of blocks. During my mentoring session with an upcoming CEO, we were discussing about a product that has a huge scaling potential. “Building a tower requires a solid foundation, strong infrastructure, various support systems, and many other factors,...