There is no doubt that your business needs a mobile app. Mobile customers now account for more than half of all online shoppers. You’ll miss that entire category of buyers by not empowering mobile. Additionally, mobile can be a powerful tool for boosting the engagement and productivity of your workforce. Employees will be able to keep things taken care of even when they’re away from the confines of your offices. The only question is, will you build the app in house, or will you hire a contractor to build it for you? There are pros and cons for each choice.
Have you ever considered building an app for your company? Whether you’re a business owner, marketing director, or other decision maker for your brand, chances are you’ve had representatives from every kind of agency call regarding mobile apps, mobile websites, and responsive websites. But how are you supposed to know which is right for you?
App development is a complicated process in and of itself, but there are a lot of ways app developers are making the process more complex than it needs to be. With a few simple tips, you can streamline app development, making it easier and more efficient than before.
Enterprises have found the goose that laid the golden eggs, and it’s mobile apps. These apps can power the mobile workforce, enable on-the-go work and customer assistance, and even keep workflow moving smoothly when workers are not able to get to the office due to weather or personal circumstances. The problem then lies in the enterprise’s ability to roll out app development projects quickly, smoothly, and with as little glitches as possible.
When developing an app, the smartest thing you can do is start with solving a clear and distinct need for users, says Zachary Drew, head of business development for app developer Blue Label Labs. And if you don’t know what problems you’re solving for, do more research, build prototypes and get feedback before building.