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Research at Enable

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With the rapid pace of growth in the tech industry, it is easy for software development companies to become overwhelmed by the volume of new technologies and frameworks. Here at Enable, we use a dedicated research process to ensure that new opportunities to improve both our clients’ products and our own standards aren’t missed. Let’s take a look at the benefits of performing research with some real-world examples.


We strive to create the best solutions, achieving excellent performance is key to this endeavour. There are already many measures we take to get the best possible performance out of our applications, with research tasks being our primary means of finding new and improved approaches. These may boil down to small-scale solutions to improve a feature or researching a new technology to improve our wider technology stack. For example, we have significantly upgraded our core technologies over the past few years, which has had a large positive impact on the performance of our sites.

We have modernised our core technologies such as Angular, .NET Core and Entity Framework Core, which form the base for all of our new solutions. For these technologies and many others we have introduced to our systems, extensive research is carried out before we introduce them.

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What are market development funds (MDFs)?

What are market development funds (MDFs)? Market development funds (MDFs) — sometimes referred to as marketing development funds — are funds... The Deal Economy

The 4:1 Week — A routine for high productivity

The 4:1 Week — A routine for high productivity In recent years there has been a surge of interest in the area of routine, and the benefits of a sol... Build It Better

ATCO implements DealTrack to drive more business

ATCO implements DealTrack to drive more business Enable’s DealTrack platform will allow the global leader in flex duct systems to ge... The Deal Economy

Tailored simplicity — four ways Enable makes importing rebate data easy

Tailored simplicity — four ways Enable makes importing rebate data easy When things are done well, no-one questions what happens behind the scenes. Tailore... The Deal Economy

What are back-end rebates (BERs) and back-end credits (BECs)?

What are back-end rebates (BERs) and back-end credits (BECs)? Many industries around the world have complex pricing practices. These tend to become more and more... The Deal Economy

How distributors manage ‘ship and debit’ rebate agreements

How distributors manage ‘ship and debit’ rebate agreements Ship and debit is the term for an agreement between suppliers and distributors where specific produc... The Deal Economy

August ’19 update: Advanced scheme sign off and new copy proposal functionality

August’s update introduces some exciting new concepts including simplified scheme PDF branding, copying proposals and the ability to sign off schemes on other users’ behalf. Enable is committed to ensuring our software is constantly being updated and improved. To achieve this, we release a new DealTrack update every six weeks.

Each DealTrack update is carefully constructed from a combination of invaluable client feedback, research on current market demands and technical recommendations from our experienced development team. This means we learn from any past problems, look ahead to future trends and make the most of the latest technological advancements.

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