Latest Articles

Marketing & Commerce | September 24, 2019
5 Ways Complex Pricing Impacts your B2B Commerce Strategy
In an ideal world, B2B pricing would be easy, a base price with a simple hierarchical pricing model. Unfortunately, that’s not how it works in the real world. You are no longer in control of your own pricing - expect customers, channels and sales teams to request new pricing models frequently, either to make it easier for the customer to buy, match a competitor pricing strategy or have the ability to apply contractual terms to a sale. Get pricing wrong and expect the impact to be immediate and potentially long-lasting to your revenues. ERP may be your source for all pricing information but it’s your customer-facing platforms that need the flexibility to keep you relevant in today’s market. In this whitepaper, we will address 5 ways complex pricing can impact your B2B Commerce strategy and why: A lack of pricing flexibility will result in lost revenue Customers expect pricing to be more dynamic B2B Commerce platforms are not all the same Your ERP solution is not the answer to complex pricing Complex pricing is inevitable (regardless of company size) If you are going to B2B Next in Chicago Sept 30-Oct 2, come and talk with us in person at the LiveArea booth #718
Digital Solutions, Marketing & Commerce | September 23, 2019
Sometimes life moves pretty fast…. Can you keep up?
HCL DX 9.5 provides a new OpenAPI-compliant set of REST services, which allows developers to deliver personalized, rich experiences on any digital touch point leveraging any front-end framework they choose.
Secure DevOps | September 23, 2019
A dissecting table for iOS
A a recent publication by Aleph Research, the security research arm of HCL AppScan, describes how iOS can be emulated on the popular QEMU emulator and operated using a command-line processor.
Secure DevOps | September 23, 2019
AppScan, a new beginning
AppScan pioneered many foundational security testing (AST) technologies, most notably dynamic application security testing or DAST.
Digital Solutions | September 23, 2019
Domino App Dev: The Low-Code and Pro-Code Future
We recently hosted a lively and informative webcast that covered the new updates coming later this year for Domino application development. Andrew Manby and Marty Lechleider took attendees through the specifics of the upcoming App Dev Pack release, and a preview of what’s coming in future versions. On the low-code front, Marty gave an update on plans for bringing HCL LEAP into Domino (Project Sandstone) and how it will enable IT and business users to build new apps easily. You can watch the replay here. There were a lot of great questions asked, and we provide those, and the answers, here.   AppDev Pack   Q: The AppDev pack v1.0.2 contains a feature in “preview” mode. What does “preview” mean? A: It means that the feature will work but should not be used in production. The feature might change slightly before being defined as production-ready.   LEAP on Domino Service Integration   Q: Is it possible to integrate LEAP with external services?  Including lookups for names on a database other than the Domino directory? A:  Yes, LEAP has a generalized way to connect to any REST service to do lookups. However, please note that full support may not be in the initial LEAP on Domino (Project Sandstone) release but will follow shortly in a subsequent release.   Q: Are LEAP apps exposed as services to other non-LEAP applications? A: Yes, this is the way LEAP works today.  A developer can access LEAP applications data via this API.  The API will honor any access rights you have set on the data:  However, please note, that full support may not be in the initial Project Sandstone release but will follow shortly in a subsequent release.   Q: It would be cool if we could use Domino data “as a service” like Marty...

Upcoming Event

No upcoming events