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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
Virtually all mobile apps are developed with revenue in mind. For most companies, the app will serve as an income stream, but there are many, many ways to achieve this objective. In fact, there are over half a dozen mobile app monetization models, with new ones arising periodically. But, there is no one-size-fits-all solution, and choosing the wrong mobile app monetization model can cause you to lose users and money. Read More
There are a number of considerations you should keep in mind as you’re preparing to develop your mobile app. These points are especially vital when it comes to the actual development process. Many mobile development companies—SevenTablets included—utilize a phased development process, as this is typically more effective and productive. It’s also crucial that you choose a trusted partner to oversee your app build and future maintenance. Read More
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
The ever-growing internet of things (IoT) is disrupting and transforming many industries, with companies investing heavily in machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, LPWAN (low-power wide area network) infrastructure and mobile applications. In fact, projections from a 2017 IoT report from Business Insider have companies investing nearly $5 trillion into the IoT from the start of 2017 through the end of 2021. The same report also predicts that 2021 will see 22.5 billion IoT devices in use—a tremendous jump from the 6.6 billion devices online in 2016. Others are predicting IoT technology will account for $19 trillion in economic activity in the coming decade.
We’re on a technology bell curve and we’re moving fast. It’s as if humanity has placed a magnifying glass on innovation that’s transforming us into the Jetsons at an alarming rate. Warby Parker, one of America’s favorite start-ups, has certainly been carrying their share of the weight. Just this month, they released a mobile eye exam that can produce a usable prescription (if you’re lucky). Read More
You finally convinced your company’s executives to take the plunge. You found a great developer and you’re weeks away from releasing a brand new mobile app! It all went smoothly—until you realized your app will need a significant monthly budget to cover the cost of maintenance and updates.
Most tech-savvy individuals have had an idea for a mobile app at some point in the last decade. Some of those people have even gone on to those brilliant ideas into a reality, but to what end? If your app is unable aren’t able to support itself financially, it’s immediately dead in the water. Fortunately, there is plenty of hope for you tech entrepreneurs. According to research completed by Vision Mobile, apps generated more than $120 billion in revenue during 2015 alone! Let’s explore the most popular ways to monetize your mobile app. Read More