The aim of the project was to arrive at a standardised management of DS models post-deployment by automating the process of monitoring involving cross-platform efforts and risk reduction. The users’ experiences of enterprise applications directly impact an organisation’s performance; therefore, inefficiency in enterprise software could lead to detrimental financial implications. For the purpose of this model, Lean-Agile methods were used to implement functionality in minimum viable increments. This helped in measuring results against a benefit hypothesis. It encouraged a far more comprehensive view of why a feature exists, the functionality required to implement it, and the benefits it delivers. Since the project was studied when it was live, a lot of developmental constraints posed to be challenging. As a result, the development cost and time of each and every feature had to be considered. This was achieved by keeping a futuristic mindset to forecast potential obstacles and attempting to meet them ahead of the curve. This project has taught the student the value of being resourceful and keeping a solution-oriented mindset.
Keywords: design for data, enterprise product, information design, Lean-Agile, product design
Student Name: Sonima Katara
Guide: Dr. Bibhudutta Baral, Co-Guide: Dr. Aneesha Sharma