Welcome to docs
Our unified commerce platform EVA requires minimal training to use, and this documentation portal serves that purpose.
We see it as more of a knowledge portal, but we didn't give it that title. We thought the word “documentation” possibly makes it a bit easier for most when anticipating what can be found here. Well, it's much more than that!
You'll come across videos, images, isometric drawings, and more. We're proud of it, and that's why we've slapped it with a login requirement (invitees only).
The content of this section is mainly targeting an audience of end users, so generally speaking, that would be Admin and in-store users. The section adopts a modular/categorized approach that align with the modules EVA offer, each covered in depth. Here you'll find the various user interfaces, manuals, know how's, flows, concept explanations, and much more.
The developers section is more technical and is specifically aimed at the back-end geniuses out there. It focuses on EVA's Core and is categorized into several segments, each covering a different aspect. What you’ll find here is mainly related to EVA's backend. Dev 101, API references, integration guides, frontend development guides, and more.
The drops section is your place to find release notes. Via a calenderized display, you can browse through the latest release notes as well as previous ones. A clear distinction is made between EVA frontend releases, EVA backend releases, and hotfixes.
We're a bunch of nerds at New Black and some things get left behind (in our heads). If you catch any such incident, please let us know, and we'll make sure it's moved here instead.
A brief about EVA unified commerce platform
EVA is a unified commerce platform built for one purpose and one purpose only - "enable you to become adaptive to change". It's an agile cloud based intrinsic platform with a unified user interface that drives digital transformation through the concept of unified commerce. It's micro services based (modular) with functions available as components to those modules. The modules consist of:
- Order Management System (OMS)
- Product Information Management (PIM)
- Organization Management
- Inventory management and fulfillment
- Promotion management
- User management
- Task management
- Finance and fiscalization
Add to that a frontend set of applications designed for Admin and in-store use, giving access to all information when it comes to your customer base, orders, shopping carts, and tasks such as: cycle counts, runner tasks, click and collect, ship from store, and more. All in real-time, accessible 24/7 from anywhere. Making it a single source of truth that creates a connected ecosystem of people and touchpoints.