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How to estimate for software development projects

Build It BetterJuly 11, 2019

For any software solution to be of a high quality, a number of important factors will first need to be taken into consideration to determine whether the project is viable. How much time will be required to develop it? Which browsers need to be supported? Will the software be able to cope with large amounts of data? Will additional research need to be completed before development begins?

This is where estimating comes in.

Estimating plays a pivotal role in allowing us to complete projects on time and on budget. At Enable, we realize how important it is for us to provide accurate estimates, both from an internal scheduling perspective and a cost perspective for our clients.

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June ’19 update: Making DealTrack more intuitive and user friendly than ever

Product FeaturesJuly 5, 2019

June’s updates cover a wide range of topics including integration with material from the help center, advances in scheme replication and enhancements to the Forecasting module, to name just a few. Continue reading to see exactly what we’ve changed.

Enable is committed to ensuring our software is constantly being updated and improved. To achieve this, we release a new Enable update every six weeks.

Each Enable 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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Pricing strategies — our analysis of the top 7 types of rebate deals

The Deal EconomyJuly 4, 2019

In our dealings with businesses who have to manage complex rebate deals we have come across over 300 different types of deal… and we’ve mapped all of those options into our rebate management software.

Whilst it is important to have all those deal types to give ultimate flexibility, we thought it would be fun to share our round-up of the top 7 most popular types of rebate deals. Ready?


Types of rebate deals

1 — Product launches

When introducing new products, it is common to link spend on the new range to discounts on regular purchases.

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Team social events: our 2019 report

Build It BetterJune 27, 2019

Workplace happiness isn’t just about competitive pay and benefits. Increasingly, more people are placing a higher value on wellbeing and working conditions, where flexibility, career progression and team bonding are an integral part of the company culture.

By investing time and effort into understanding what makes our people happy at work we improve both the general mood of each individual member of staff and overall morale. This investment in a positive culture helps individuals to feel included and valued in the company, which in turn encourages them to invest back.

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Rebate management explained

The Deal EconomyJune 17, 2019

Rebate management is the process of recording supplier agreements, tracking purchases and sales against those agreements, and managing accruals and rebate claims in a timely manner.

Proper rebate management can be a headache for any business, regardless of the scale of their rebate programs. Often, whole teams are dedicated to using legacy systems to follow inefficient processes, reducing productivity and negating the intended benefit of the rebate agreements commercial teams have negotiated brilliant terms for.

For small to medium businesses, rebate can make up the majority of their profit and for large businesses even a small improvement in process can lead to the discovery of millions of pounds, therefore it’s essential for any company who are regularly involved in rebate to scrutinise their current rebate management process and consistently strive to improve.

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6 things you can learn in our help center (that you may have overlooked)

Product FeaturesJune 6, 2019

In case you didn’t notice — we recently introduced our help center, an online knowledge base that provides users with easy to follow how-to articles, guides and tutorials!

Having a knowledge base nowadays has become absolutely essential for any business, especially with the emergence of software as a service (SaaS). One of the main reasons why customers stop using a product is because they find it too hard to use or they don’t receive the right support. And to top that off, customers nowadays expect immediate self-service support.

Who the help center is designed for

One of the main benefits of having a knowledge base is its 24/7 availability. Enable users can access information when they need it, from any device. You won’t have to wait until the morning to contact the Customer Success team to solve a problem which could be fixed with two clicks.

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May ’19 update: Trading agreement PDFs and specialist module enhancements

Product FeaturesMay 31, 2019

May’s update covers enhancements across the board, from our scheme PDF and replication functionality to specialist modules such as the executive summary and forecasting.

Enable is committed to ensuring our software is constantly being updated and improved. To achieve this, we release a new Enable update every six weeks.

Each Enable 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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How we manually test our applications to create high-quality software

Build It BetterMay 30, 2019

We pride ourselves on delivering software solutions that are robust, polished, and user-friendly. Our manual testing process is one of the ways we achieve this. By being attentive to testing of this kind as early as possible in the implementation process, a solution is a lot more likely to be secure, reliable, efficient, maintainable and provide a high standard of usability.

What is manual testing?

Manual testing is the practice of testing software by manually using the system, without any automated tools. This testing is completed once a piece of functionality has been created or altered, but before it is delivered to end users.

The main goal of this testing is to confirm that the system meets the requirements defined in the functional specification. In addition to this, manual testing improves the quality of our applications since its always performed by a developer who did not develop the work that they are testing: a fresh pair of eyes. This means that every change made during a project build phase is scrutinised and critiqued by at least two people.

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