Customers should know what they want. But we talk them out of some of their requirements in the interest of their business needs, says Adastra’s architect and delivery manager Jan Karban.

A customer, such as a bank, should have a short-term and long-term goal and choose the appropriate technology solution that aligns with their business needs. "The goal is the most important; without it, we cannot build any technology or architecture well. So I try to stick to the fact that we don't have to do everything at any cost. We have to deliver projects in a way that makes sense," says architect and delivery manager at Adastra Jan Karban in the Adastra podcast.

  • Why does technology need to be subordinated to business goals?
  • What should the customer know before starting a project?
  • What do group data warehousing or reporting solutions bring?
  • How do we avoid inefficient technology solutions?

Listen to the podcast (CZ)