Development of the Multi-Channel Trading Process Management Software “ORIVUS”


Project no.: J05-LVPA-K-03-0030

Project description:

NFQ are working more than 15 years in e-commerce and trading market and designed more than several hundred large-scale e-commerce projects. Along with German partners OXID eSales NFQ has been developing one of the most popular e-commerce platforms in Germany OXID eShop, they also perform its deployment and adaptation. The company over the years of practice analysed a lot of e-trading platforms. On an everyday basis, they deal with business processes automation, especially with multi-channel trading processes. NFQ now for a second year are developing ORIVUS software that is intended for the multi-channel trading model. Today, in the global software market we can see only a few examples of products that are designed for multi-channelled models. However, existing products cover only separate segments of business cycle processes. The uniqueness and innovation of product ORIVUS is based on a homogeneous integration of necessary physical and internet trading processes subsystems and implementation of their hybrid availability logic. Hybridity enables a possibility for trading companies to use different functions of the product taking into consideration a specific trading model and its development scale. ORIVUS subsystems that are responsible for different trading cycle processes can be available as flexibly configurable cloud service and as a software installed in independently managed infrastructure. Partner of the project – Kaunas University of Technology.

Project funding:

This research project is funded by European Regional Development Fund according to the 2014–2020 Operational Programme for the European Union Funds’ Investments under measure No. J05-LVPA-K “Intellect. Joint Science-Business Projects”

Project results:

A prototype and final commercial version of the software for the management of the multi-channel trading business.

Period of project implementation: 2018-06-11 - 2020-06-10

Project coordinator: Company "NFQ Technologies"

Project partners: Kaunas University of Technology

Rita Butkienė

2018 - 2020

Department of Information Systems, Faculty of Informatics