Strategic partnerships come in all shapes and sizes. They can run the range from partnering on service offerings to joint marketing programs, but sometimes they involve technology. And when they do, you want to make sure that your partner's technology is aligned with your market strategy and the technology needs of your clients today and in the future.
There are four key areas where you should develop a clear understanding of your potential technology partner's capabilities: architectural model, database, browser compatibility, and integration.
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