Out of the box (feature)
An out-of-the-box feature or functionality (also called OOTB or off the shelf), particularly in software, is a feature or functionality of a product that works immediately after or even without any special installation without any configuration or modification. It also means that it is available for all users by default, and are not required to pay additionally to use those features, or needs to be configured.
- Convention over configuration
- Commercial off-the-shelf
- Government off-the-shelf
- Commodity computing
- Out-of-box experience
- Out-of-box failure
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- CIO - Sep 15, 2001 - Page 124 Vol. 14, No. 23 "MINIMIZE CUSTOMIZATION BY LEVERAGING OUT-OF-THE-BOX FUNCTIONALITY. Over-customization is one of the most common causes of budget overruns and missed deadlines in CRM implementations. "
- SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Architect's Guidebook =1118281918 Brian Wilson, Reza Alirezaei, Bill Baer - 2012 "The first rule is as follows: “Always attempt to use out-of-the-box functionality. If the functionality does not exist, seek a great affordable third-party solution. If no third-party functionality exists, consider well-known free web parts available to you ..."
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