Looking at all developments over time: what hasn’t changed and why?
Stefan: Conceptually, the ›look and feel‹ is still the original one. It has been proven repeatedly since the beginning. Navigating through the application still follows the approach we took when we launched ADMO. For example, ADMO’s timeline provides all info about the history of an asset immediately.
Patrick: Our product has been developed and innovated continuously with a state-of-the-art solution in mind for over a decade, which is anything but common in the IT world. This is due to our restless focus on a development process based on highest quality standards. That has not changed since day one as well.
Has there been a highlight during product development over the years, such as a particular challenge you’ve mastered?
Stefan: Yes, definitely: the offline functionality! Finding a solution to sync offline and online data had been a major challenge for us. We’ve decided against the development of an online-only solution, although that would have required much less efforts and investments. The term ›digitization‹ makes you believe that everything is connected and that you are always online. In our field, however, this is rarely the case. Our customers often tell us that the offline functionality represents one of the key benefits along their workflows. That's why it was the right decision.