Project scope and technology
Web Development, UX/UI Design, Ruby on Rails, React Development
Lauber is a subsidiary of Intercars, the most prominent car parts dealer in central Europe. The company has been operating for over 20 years and it provides services to the entire continent. They offer services and remanufacture for many types of components, like power steering racks, power pumps, alternators and starters.
We started with a workshop explaining agile project management. During the meeting, we created the first wireframes and agreed on the general vision for the project. During the next two workshops, we collected requirements for the first milestone — version 1.0. We started an agile sprint and educated Lauber reps in using our tools, like JIRA and Confluence.
Below we list our solutions to most relevant problems:
Lauber storefront was released successfully and quickly received positive reviews from car parts dealers. The ease of use and the number of details were mentioned as primary advantages. From the release date, Lauber customers all around Europe could buy almost any car part they wanted over the internet.
What have we achieved?