Automobile E-Commerce App Case Study



Indian Multinational Automobile Manufacturing Corporation is headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is one of the largest vehicle manufacturers in India and the largest manufacturer of tractors across the world. It is a part of Auto Group, an Indian conglomerate.
It was ranked as the 10th most trusted brand in India, by The Brand Trust Report, India Study 2014 and 21st in the list of top companies of India in Fortune India 500 in 2011.


Client had their presence through website sale only but now they aspire to create scalable e-commerce solution using IOS. Keeping into consideration,the company’s growthand lots of new launches every year, they wanted a robust application through which they can add new stores and other functionalities with minimal developmentaleffort.


  • endiveTo Increase business revenue through E-commerce market.
  • endiveAdding more stores in the system with least development intervention.


  • endiveThe latest technology is used to provide state of the art solution which is scalable, secure and robust.
  • endiveIt would add multiple store through coding which would not require any additional development work.
  • endiveThe profiling tool is used for optimizing performance and memory management to maximum.
  • endiveIntegrated Mobile Application data with its reporting tool provides consolidated view ofevery sales channels.


Xcode,MySql, Java, JIRA


Extended Offshore Engineering Team provides state of the art Development and Quality Assurance.


  • endiveCustomer’s Project Manager visited Endive Software in October 2015 to meet the management and senior engineering staff. They also reviewed the related facilities.
  • endiveDelivery Head, Technical Architect and Business Analyst visited Customer’s office in November 2015 for one week to understand the functionality of the system, architecture, engineering process and immediate need for outsourcing.
  • endiveEndive software and client agreed to follow agile methodology for project execution and delivery. Both agreed that agile methodology is best suited for onsite/offshore model. This methodology requires daily and regular interaction with all stakeholders including product owner, team and business users.
  • endiveFirst step was to set up the development environment for the offshore team, which included- VPN connectivity, access to SVN, Bugzilla and Wiki, synchronizing the code on developer workstations, running local build, and local deployment of the system.
  • endiveThe development team was assigned the responsibility to build project.
  • endiveKnowledge transfer happened through WebEx sessions, document sharing, mails, and a few exchange visits.
  • endiveThe QA team was assigned the responsibility to develop the test plan, test cases, and test data for several important functionalities for the coming releases. They were also made responsible for testing and certifying these functionalities.
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