The decision to create a software product is complex and can be overwhelming. While your marketing and sales staff may be excited by the proposition of generating more revenue and improving the visibility of the brand and customer access to products and/or services, the IT staff and executive management team will probably shy away from creating a software product.
If the IT staff does not have experience in creating and supporting software products, the executive team would be right in turning down this kind of project. But, if the concern is about cost and control, and there is a good case for improving customer satisfaction, revenue and branding and optimizing resources and marketing campaigns, the business should seriously consider outsourcing its software product development.
Elegant MicroWeb, of Ahmedabad, India, is proud to announce a comprehensive package of offshore outsourcing software re-engineering services suitable for small to large business enterprises and for software companies and web agency partners.
Many businesses fail to consider the real competitive, technical and business benefits of software re-engineering. Yet the time, expense, risk and effort involved in this process is necessary in today’s changing technical and business landscape. Failure to recognize the need for, and benefits of, software re-engineering can stall a business and cause declining productivity and business revenue.
Elegant MicroWeb CEO, Kartik Patel says. “If a business undertakes a software re-engineering project with a methodical technical and business requirements roadmap, and careful planning and resources, it will ensure rapid ROI and low TCO, as well as swift user adoption, improved customer satisfaction and increased sales and competitive business success.”
Your business management team has finally decided to create an application that complies with mobile standards and will attract more customers. The only remaining question is whether to go with a native mobile application or to create a mobile web application. In other words, before you start to plan and design, you’ll have to decide whether you want a software application that will provide an intuitive application UI design and user experience for desktops, laptops and smart phones via respective browsers on those devices, or whether you want to design a native mobile application that will function on a particular native mobile platform, e.g., IOS, Android or Blackberry.
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- >> Flexible enough to accommodate changes in business or user processes or needs
- >> Intuitive enough for the ‘average user’ to adopt and use with ease
- >> Comprehensive enough to anticipate the twists and turns of user navigation and provide messages and paths through the system to get the user back to where they want to be
- >> Appealing to the eye and familiar to users within their technology paradigm
- >> Inclusive to all user perspectives, with UI controls, navigation and tasks that will help them to accomplish a task in a way that is meaningful and makes sense to them
- >> Suitable for all types of target devices and screen sizes with mouse or touch-driven navigation
In considering the various requirements, factors and aspects of Ux design, many businesses conclude that they will require the services of an expert in Ux – to ensure that all aspects of this critical component of site, software and application design are effectively addressed, including standards and regulations for UI design, Ux techniques and knowledge of domains, frameworks and platforms. If a business takes the time and focus to truly understand human interface and the psychology of use and understands how underlying technology can positively affect this process, the design, development and adoption of the application will be seamless and successful.