In the previous module, you learned about hardware requirements and how to plan for them. This module discusses the technical team's communication process with the client and the other team members.
When you are finished with this module, you should be able to
Describe the role and responsibilities of the technical team.
Describe the function of the Site Planner.
The list below contains some of the the skills required for successfull client interfacing.
Preparing the RFP, RFI, Request for Quotation
Proposal building skills
The Art of product and services costing
Qualitative feedback skills
Customer satisfaction skills
Customer [SLA- Service Level Agreement] support skills
Query Resolution Skills
Effective time management with the client
Decision making skills
The client interface is formatted based on the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). On the server side, various programs (written in PHP, NodeJS, ASP.NET, Java Server Page, Java Servlets) are available to enable a server to interact
with the clients, as well as with backend databases. Essentially, these server-side programs are used to generate dynamic web
pages in general and customized e-catalogs in particular. Note that in many cases, "cookies" (for example, client-specific data or information
transferred from the client-side to the server-side) are used for tracking sessions so that a server can send customized responses (customized e-catalogs) to clients.
In the next lesson, you will learn about the role and responsibilities of the Technical team.