Parallel Module Processor Allows Direct Selling Systems to Add Modules
Direct selling is a way to make money on your own terms. The internet has given many people the opportunity to start their own direct selling business, and now more people are entering this business. As more people enter into this industry, there need to be better systems in place for managing all of the new features and modules that come with these businesses.
Direct selling businesses are constantly making changes to their systems in order to keep up with the ever-changing business environment. In recent years, many direct selling businesses have had to deal with changes in their current software system. The change could be adding a new module or upgrading the existing one. There are some major issues that these types of businesses face when they want to make any changes to the existing system. The addition of an extra module may or may not be compatible with the existing system and this may affect the performance of the existing system.
A lot of people think that adding modules to a system is as easy as clicking and dragging, but in reality it takes time for the software development team to create a new module with the desired functionality. It's not just about upgrading existing features on a module, you need to understand what features will be needed for the coming years. There are many problems encountered while adding modules to the existing system. Some of these problems include high time consumption, compensation structure alteration, the chance of error during the alteration process, and possible performance issues on the entire system.
In a direct selling system, it is necessary to add new modules without affecting the performance of the system. Parallel module processors are one solution to this issue and they have been introduced in recent years. The parallel module processor makes use of Hook functionality for performing this operation. With the help of this functionality, module-to-module communication can be possible with a certain pattern. Using this functionality, the newly added module can work in parallel with the existing system without any interruption. The parallel working of all modules together leads to greater performance of the entire existing direct selling software.
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