Hybrid apps tend to get less attention than their native counterparts, but this app family has come a long way since its inception. Many companies have overlooked hybrid apps in the past, not realizing that today’s hybrid application can provide the same or greater level of functionality as your average native or web-based app. So, how can a new hybrid app enhance and elevate your business’ mobile strategy?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software can dramatically improve a company’s ability to maximize performance and productivity. These custom-built software platforms can be tailored to suit a company’s every need in terms of functionality, appearance and security level. But now, with mobile technology playing a more prominent role in the everyday business world, an increasing number of companies are turning to developers to create a proprietary in-house mobile platform. So, what are the advantages of developing an enterprise resource planning mobile app for your business? Although it’s important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all solution, the upsides of an ERP mobile app are many and significant.
The internet has transformed the sales world, leading to new opportunities in direct sales, multi-level marketing and beyond. This has led to a sales landscape that is rapidly evolving as technology advances at a startling pace. But today’s sales teams face a number of challenges, particularly since many are separated by geographical distances—distances that make it difficult to operate effectively as a team. However, sales apps can bridge the gaps, serving as valuable tools that allow sales teams to achieve remarkable success. Read More
The cloud is a rapidly-growing sector of the technology industry, with $130 billion spent on public cloud computing environments alone during the first three-quarters of 2017. But while “the cloud” is now an ubiquitous term, a large portion of companies still neglect to use this technology to gain a competitive edge.
As the owner of a small e-commerce shop, you’re always searching for the latest and greatest products. Recently, one product line was featured on a popular show and sales skyrocketed overnight. Your website is one of three that carries this product, so you’re inundated with new customers. But being new to this business, you’re unsure when you should order more stock (and how much to order). It would also be helpful if you had greater insight into whether you should hire new staff and seek additional warehouse space. If only you could predict sales! This got you thinking about something one of your developers recently mentioned: Predictive Analytics (PA). Read More
It’s estimated that around 65% of mobile apps use advertisements as part of their monetization strategy. While B2B and enterprise apps have clear value as useful business tools and assets, the financial benefit of a public-facing B2C app is often less apparent. This leaves many companies wanting to learn more about app monetization, which, when done properly, is quite profitable.
A manufacturing plant is, by nature, chaotic. The constant hum of machinery combines with dozens of technicians, quality control inspectors and thousands or even millions of items rolling off the assembly line. Manufacturing facilities require a high degree of precision if they’re going to maximize efficiency, and in today’s modern world, technology is key to achieving that precision. According to a Forbes article, eight in ten CEOs regard mobile technology as a “strategically important” element in their operations, with 86 percent categorizing mobile apps as a “competitive advantage” that’s “key to the success of their investments.”
Big Data and analytics (and especially predictive analytics) are powerful inventions of modern technology. Inventions that influence our lives by assigning our credit scores, protecting us from fraudulent credit card charges, showing ads relevant to our interests and more. But, these tools are not innately objective. In fact, if they are not developed correctly, they can reinforce discriminatory stereotypes, creating massive disadvantages for affected individuals. Read More
You’ve developed a great app, one that has real money-making potential. So, you upload it to the various app stores and slap a 99 cent price tag on it. A small enough amount that people won’t think twice about buying it, but enough that you’ll earn 70 cents every time someone downloads it. You might want to reconsider, because that 99 cent price tag could actually cost you money in the long run. Here are some ways you can earn more by providing free apps. Read More
Everyone is familiar with the famous ‘Cloud.’ Many imagine it to be a serene, white landscape decorated with family photos, phone numbers and laptop back-ups from years gone by. Others see it as the most amazing cure-all in the history of IT. As far as the non-tech crowd is concerned, if they “just let the Cloud handle it” all issues are magically resolved. But, as many of you know, the Cloud is much more than a fairy tale land of convenient data storage and computing power. Read More