The Chills™ platform management
Step by step implementation
Proof of Concept (PoC) phase
The platform is explored for a maximum of 2 weeks by the customer to reassure that; service, simplicity and functionality are as promised. A designated administrator receives platform access.
Chills Dashboard view
The Technology Whitepaper for more details.
A foundation course is included in the PoC phase enabling an administrator to explore the platform. Creation of a Pipe adapter transferring data between two databases is explained in detail.
This education material creates the required platform knowledge to become independent. It is available on the Dynamic Portal, accessible for administrators and users.
Adapter building is a joint effort of business and IT and increases organisation effectiveness. Adjust Adapters and their flow instantly at any time, resulting in a position ahead of the competition.
Signing the SaaS agreement at any time in the PoC phase gives access to all platform education material, explaining the full platform potential, enabling a gradual replacement of hard-coded integrations.
Practitioner course material
The practitioner course explains Adapter functionality in detail. This course material is divided in three levels; Platform design, Adapter management & Flow creation.
1. Platform design
User creation, access rights, connected services are to define the platform scope. This is a prerequisite to assure security, connection to the right data sources and collaboration with the right people to create data flows delivering value for your organisation.
2. Adapter management
Adapters connects data sources, applications and API's.
Flow is specified in an Adapter as data integrations, deciding which data is transformed and/or processed, or task automation creating organisation efficiency.
Free software to administer Adapter VIA™ coherence
Visualising all Adapters and their flows in coherence is important for a clear discussion between business and IT. Dynamic Integrations delivers a free process tool administering your organisational flows. Tool instructions are available on the portal.
Future tools and templates to manage data & process flows and embedding Chills in your organisation will be made available on the portal for customers and partners.
Experiment to discover the right data flow
Chills allows customers to experiment with data flows at a marginal cost. Customer learn step by step how application integrations create the desired data flow.
Based on this reliable data flow, information becomes available for the decision-making process. These decisions impact the business in all its aspects and generate new data quickly revealing if the decisions need adjustments. Organisational changes and governance are based on data flow and information, i.e. true digitalisation.
Our education portal educates customers and partners to use the platform without our support. This creates independency and therefor speed to implement new ideas and insights instantly.
Education is an important part of our service delivery. Webinars, seminars, meetings, instruction videos and certification are part of Chills development.
Business IT collaboration
The Platform user interface, the documentation and the integration cost benefits are fundamental for a trustworthy collaboration between business and IT
Business and IT learn how to configure Adapters, testing and delivering the required flows. Business & IT collaboration is key to come from insight to implemented change with increased revenue streams as the result.
Business understanding IT and vice versa is important to maximise the Chills platform use. Daniel Soper, professor of Information Systems & Decisions Sciences California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), explains the database foundation in a series of videos. This content makes Business representatives to understand the complexity of database management & IT terminology used, bringing Business and IT closer together.
The technology shift - from hard code to soft code
Soft code is business friendly and provides a user interface on top of hard coding, enabling people to integrate applications without programmers’ help.