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Digital Transformation

I prefer to use electronic equipment instead of musicians.
They make fewer mistakes.
Frank Zappa

Old Frank was certainly an inquisitive fellow: he hated pigeons so much that he criticised He hated pigeons so much that he criticised Venice and loved electronic equipment ... often more precise than man (who could (who could blame him?). He was an eccentric and, if he were here with us... today, he would certainly have given us some the geek heart that we here at Drop feel we have. Technology will not replace man, it will help him ... and the product, just as Frank Zappa's music was Frank Zappa's music, will always be a human, creative product. That's how we like to imagine it.

Digital Transformation according to Drop

We have come a long way, everything is interconnected, everything is digital: Industry 4.0, IOT (Internet Of Things), Omnichannelality, smart devices from TV to watch, from the phone to the smart home. In order to exploit the possibilities of this new digital world, a total overhaul of logic and processes. We can help you with this: we stand by your side and think about how your how your business can best participate in this ecosystem. We can help you with the technological, cultural, organisational, social, creative and managerial aspects.

The approach Drop

Drop has been designing and developing e-commerce, applications, websites, online mechanisms for 20 years. We started with the cathode ray tube, books and heart in a slower world where we could work sequentially ... according to a 'waterfall' logic. sequential way of working ... according to waterfall logic, where the project was materialised task after task thanks to hard work & devotion & project management. We've always done well, we've often arrived a bit late with our eggs in the basket broken eggs in the basket due to variants in progress, surprises, dependencies, stop&go. Little by little we have changed, we have been guided by our curiosity and our desire to challenge to question logic and technology, always testing new ones. The result? Today we work in a variable set-up, adapting to the client's agreement and the type of project, using all the type of project, using all the latest technologies to achieve the result and the result, giving maximum freedom to advisors, devops and developers. This allows us to keep the focus on the vision of each project, on the answer to the This allows us to keep the focus on the vision of each project, on the answer to the upstream question, the one that usually comes after several cascades. After all, Drop was created at a time when a group of enlightened developers were revolutionising the way software was made. way of making software. Below is the text of their 2001 manifesto:

Manifesto for Agile Software Development

We are discovering better ways of creating software, developing it and helping others to do the same.
Through this activity we have come to consider important:

  • Individuals and interactions rather than processes and tools.
  • Functioning software rather than comprehensive documentation.
  • Collaboration with the client rather than negotiating contracts.
  • Responding to change rather than following a plan.

That is, without prejudice to the value of the items on the right, we consider the items on the left to be more important.

Magento Commerce

We manage global e-commerce with an omnichannel approach reaching every market thanks to a We can manage global e-commerce with an omnichannel approach, reaching every market thanks to solid know-how and a structure with offices in Italy, the US, the UK, France, Switzerland and China. We can manage e-commerce in full outsourcing or hybrid mode with a set-up that can We can manage e-commerce in full or hybrid outsourcing mode, with a structure that can vary over time, following a possible roadmap towards internalisation.

Digital Experience Platform

Again, we were early adopters. In 2009, we adopted Pimcore, which is natively a PIM to manage the front-end of certain e-commerce. We were the first Italian Pimcore partners. Today Pimcore is a DXP: digital experience platform. This means that it can manage product cards, assets, pages, e-commerce features, granular permissions on complex workflows and much more in a very robust architecture. Basically, with Pimcore you can do ... everything.

Headless & API dates

We offer agile and easily integrated solutions, capable of continuous change and of speeding up time to market. time to market, abandoning rigid systems that are slow and expensive. From the perspective of an enterprise IT architecture, a headless system is divided into three layers of APIs, which from the bottom up standardise calls to legacy systems and make the processes of and make the process of creating new digital services faster and more flexible. focus on creating fulfilling user experiences that keep pace with modern consumer habits. with modern consumption habits.

Laravel

Laravel is a framework derived from Symfony and born in 2011. We like it because it allows us to quickly and reliably develop robust robust applications. Based on Laravel is our Order Management System (OMS) currently running on several e-commerce sites based on Magento and Salesforce Commerce Cloud.

Google Cloud Platform

We have been working for many years with both GCP and Amazon AWS. We like both, although there is an obvious preference for Google. For the record, we switched to cloud-based enterprise email (now gsuite) in 2008 the first step towards the Agile enterprise concept. Today we manage an infrastructure on Google Cloud that is highly optimised in terms of reliability and performance for our performance for our e-commerce. To orchestrate the interaction between applications and cloud infrastructure we have a solid team of team of DevOps professionals.

PWA and VUE.js

Vue.js is an open-source JavaScript framework developed for the creation of user interfaces and and single-page applications. We like Vue.js very much because we find it more linear and and faster than other similar frameworks like React or Angular and it guarantees a very high reusability of both CSS and HTML code. Vue is also an excellent framework for developing PWA (progressive web applications); these are marking an incredible step forward on the UI/UX front and are able to guarantee an experience experience similar to that of native Android and iOS apps.

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