If a country’s greatness is only as good as its weakest members (a slight nod and rephrase to the great Mahatma Gandhi quote) then a scaled down version is equally applicable: a team’s success largely depends on its rank and file members.
When you’re in search of your next Salesforce Commerce Cloud (Demandware) tech team, getting to know all of its members — from the top down to its rank and file — will provide you with plenty of information to help you analyze them.
During your round of interviews, diving into discussion with the project manager and lead developers is clearly going to provide you with a rich picture of its team. You’ll be able to get a flavor of their culture, levels of ambition and their direction of travel, among countless other insights.
And there are two ways of interviewing prospective SF Commerce Cloud specialists: either interview them together as a team, which can highlight particularities to that company, such as how they interact with one another and formulate responses, or you can interview them individually, which can truly draw out the personalities of each member.
And it makes sense to not stop at the lead developers but continue to meet and speak with all members of that tech team that may work on your Salesforce Commerce Cloud site — all the way to the people who work on the nuts and bolts.
When you meet the whole team that will be on the project, it will also allow you to calculate whether the descriptions of their sales team reflects the reality of their dev team.
You’ll be able to know their individual experience with using Salesforce Commerce Cloud, development attributes in general, and dig into complex, technically detailed stuff.
PS: UV is one of the world’s leading Salesforce Commerce Cloud (Demandware) integrators. Contact us to see how we can work together.