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- Hi Arend Jan,
In the US, NAV is targeted typically at a different type of customers. Most implementations I’ve been involved in the US had developers on site. Maybe this has something to do with the approach.
Just a guess.
- Hi Mark,
Probably true, I also thought in that direction. But then I would argue that these are still developers in the first place and not users. The book explicitly calls users as the group it is written for.
In the Netherlands we also know some customers who hire IT staff to develop their own solution. But such customer takes over the responsibility from their partner. I mean, resonsibility for support, bugfixing, maintenance and upgrade. If a customer chooses this model, then he should hire real educated developers, not users who have read a book.
Про разные модели внедрения (тренды):
В штатах часто внедряют своими силами.
В голландиях - партнерами.