Once you’ve selected your ecommerce vendor and implementation partner, the hard work starts. The Discovery phase for an ecommerce replatforming project turns your high-level scope and requirements into a detailed functional specification that drives development and delivery. Learn how to effectively plan and deliver your Discovery process.
What does Discovery involve?
Ecommerce platform migration is challenging and it takes time and effort to run a successful Discovery phase to ensure development teams are working from a robust, quality set of requirements, with sufficient detail to enable them to build the solution your business and its customers need.
To help you plan, use my five part video series offering advice and guidance on how to manage Discovery. Based on more than 16 years experience running ecommerce replatforming projects, benefit from insights gained working with brands including Robert Dyas, House of Fraser, The Wine Society, RSPB and RHS.
This mini series guides you through the process from start to finish. Each video is between 4 to 6 minutes long and packed with practical advice based on experience:
If you would like help with your project, I provide a flexible consultancy service. I can act as a sounding board to support your project team or take the lead and guide you through the process from start to finish, setting up and managing workshops to ensure you get high quality outputs.
“The structure and rigour that James brought from the outset was invaluable, and gave me complete confidence that no stone would be left unturned throughout the complex process. James provided thorough written documentation every step of the way and always delivered in a very timely manner.”
Rachel Jones, Ecommerce Director, Victoria Beckham
Watch my ecommerce replatforming video series on vendor and SI selection. There are 10 modules of 3-5 minutes, packed with advice and tips from real-life projects.
Benefit from my experience working with clients including House of Fraser, RSPB, Victoria Beckham, The Wine Society and Zoggs.