"7Flowers" came to AXIOMA at the initial stage of online system development to service wholesale customers - a personal cabinet. AXIOMA was to create an online catalog for existing customers, automate the receipt of advance orders, and later - to make an exchange system within an online catalog.
When AXIOMA set to work, the team had just the idea of how to transfer the existing system of accepting orders online and an idea of a similar offline mechanism. AXIOMA and "7Flowers" teamed up to design an online system that would be convenient for customers, consistent with the company's processes and had a reasonable technical implementation.
As a result, we created a personal cabinet, where a client can manage his account, browse the catalog, create orders and draw up claims. Later, based on this cabinet AXIOMA implemented a local flower exchange for "7Flowers" customers.
It is noteworthy that for AXIOMA it is a project where we were able to apply several methodologies for its management. Work on the project began with a cascading method, as"7Flowers" model expected it. Over time, as we worked well together and an effective team together we applied the draft principles of Scrum. Agile practices were convenient both for the client and the developers. We still use them in the project.
AXIOMA started working on the project in 2015. However, as the system is actively exploited, the project support and its development have been maintained to date. The personal cabinet of "7Flowers" became a multifunctional online ordering system with the exchange functionality. The system allows to interact successfully with thousands of customers all over Russia at the same time and gives the opportunity to order online goods for your flower shop without waiting for its delivery to the supplier all over the globe.
a directory view in two modes (list and grid)
order and delivery review
making up an order
Feedback from the Director of Development and Automation at 7Flowers, Vladimir Rybnikov:
I heard about AXIOMA almost 4 years ago and when I invited guys for a small test project to develop the lending and its bundles with the payment system in order to check the Axioma for strength - we could not afford to risk when working with the primary processes (B2B sales of cut flowers and potted plants). As a result, the team coped with the task perfectly, and since then we have trusted them with all of its tasks relating to the web: from the design and development of a personal cabinet for customers to the creation of an online floral exchange from scratch.
Initially, we conducted projects on the classic "waterfall" scheme, but then AXIOMA proposed the AGILE / SCRUM approach. We adhered to this approach in internal development, therefore, after the first successfully completed project, we became convinced of the obvious advantages of this methodology and wholly switched to SCRUM on all our joint projects.