If you are trying to decide whether to use native mobile application development or a hybrid mobile application development approach for your project, there are numerous considerations and you will, of course, have to look closely at your business requirements.
When a business decides to create a mobile application for the market or for use by its business users, it must make a lot of decisions to get the project started. One of the most important decisions is whether to develop the app using Native development tools or to take a Hybrid Mobile App Development approach.
Software Company Partnerships: Your Secret Weapon to Market and Product Success!
If you are managing or own a software company, you are hard at work on your products and services. You know your clients and your business well and you focus on attracting and retaining customers. Your management team has developed a comprehensive understanding of your market, your competitors, and the technology environment you will use to pursue your targets. BUT, when it comes to having the time and the resources to achieve all of your goals, you may fall short. Perhaps you are short-handed, or you have not focused on specific technical or leadership skills to accomplish a particular task or complete a certain project.
This Australia-based Client is start-up business and wishes to build a B2B eCommerce platform to align the needs of shop owners and suppliers. Its market vision is to identify and provide a transaction process for suppliers and shop owners using a B2B portal delivered via a mobile application.
Software Product Need a Tune-Up? Don’t Focus on the Fix. Re-Engineer for Success!
Let me tell you a story. My friend, Shaniqua just got a new job and found, to her dismay, that her first project involved the re-engineering of a software product the business had introduced to the market (to less than favorable response). I talked to Shaniqua on the phone and we discussed her conundrum. The business loved the software product but consumers had a lot of issues with its responsiveness, the lack of an intuitive user experience (Ux) design and many other details, including loading data that was integrated from other sources. In short, the original software product design and development was less than stellar and now the company was paying the price.
Software product development is no small project! In order to be successful, the business needs more than an idea. Execution of that concept and the technical, quality, leadership and support skills and experience of a prospective IT partner are paramount. Any prospective IT consulting partner must have experience in developing a software product for market. In this article, we discuss five critical areas of consideration when selecting a software product development partner.
Software Product Development Can Be Daunting! Engage Experts to Ensure Success!
When a business undertakes the development of a software product, it has a significant risk of failure. Without the right training, skills and resources, the business can spend a lot of time and money and end up with a product that may damage its market reputation or, worse yet, never be launched.
Does this sound familiar? Your business has a great idea for a software product, maybe even a mobile application, but you aren’t sure how to proceed. Your in-house IT team is well-respected but they are already overwhelmed with projects and ongoing workload and you aren’t sure what skills you will need to employ to adequately address your software product requirements.
Help for Software Companies and Web Agencies – You Don’t Have to Go it Alone!
If your business is a software company, developing and managing products for the market, you have a lot on your mind. You have concepts, ideas, projects, customers, suppliers, team members and products to manage. You might be producing mobile applications for the market and those require extra steps and skills to get the job done. If yours is a web agency, you have customers to manage, and a need to strategize, visualize and design with only so many hours in the day and only so many resources to go around!
Many businesses struggle to translate ideas into a reality but none of these struggles is more profound than the software product vision. Often, the business abandons a great idea for a mobile application or a software product that has great potential to improve and increase business. Usually the reason for this includes the cost, the time and effort required and the absence of the skills and training to conceive, design, develop, implement and maintain a software product.