XUMA, a pioneer of rapid build-to-order solutions for ebusinesses, has formed a strategic marketing alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers to design and implement scaleable e-business solutions. These will help companies adapt to market and industry changes caused by the internet as well as to expand outside their traditional businesses.XUMA claims that its approach, whereby it “pre-integrates” ecommerce solutions, enables it to integrate ecommerce more quickly, and at lower cost, than would be possible with traditional development methods.Pre-integration, which makes use of industry standard components and technologies, enables XUMA to offer customers fixed-cost pricing based on unctionality, rather than on the typical time and materials or fixed time/fixed price models. It also gives the company wide flexibility for meeting business requirements.
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