You wanted to take your business mobile yesterday. You want to ensure that your employees are always productive, wherever they might be working from. You want to provide a seamless experience to your customers on web, mobile and everywhere with your product. You want to stay current with the mobility trends and not become passè.
Going mobile is not just about creating a stylish app or just handing out smartphones to your employees. It's about understanding what you want to achieve strategically – increase customer satisfaction/acquisition, improve employee productivity, reduce operational costs and the list goes on.
Laying the roadmap – based on your objectives you need to figure which applications can be mobile, what the technical considerations should be, and what the cost structure would look like. You can decide to use an in-house team or outsource it to experts.
Figuring all this out is not as easy as it sounds. User experience is a science and you have to make sure that the stuff works seamlessly across a million platforms and a zillion devices by testing and retesting. You have to ensure also data consistency, seamless connectivity, device management, and sustenance post application launch.
Enterprise mobility is our bread and butter. We've done it for multiple strategic clients and have a team of experts dedicated to provide high end consulting for development, testing and sustenance services. We have proven methodologies and best practices for strategy, design and development, testing and maintenance to provide a seamless experience.
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