Mobile apps have gained momentum in the past couple of years, it has become the growing trend for any given industry. Hence it becomes extremely crucial to have a mobile app which is customer centric and user-friendly. Mobile Apps today have become the backbone of every Enterprise.
Customers today, need apps that are easy to use and give quick results. Therefore, it is essential for every Enterprise to come up with mobile apps that are user-friendly.
With lots of research, we feel there are a few things which you need to think when launching of your own enterprise mobile app:
Know your Customers
Before coming up with a mobile app, you need to research the market and know your customers well.
Have the right UI/UX designer
The most important part when it comes to designing a great UI/UX is to get an experienced information engineer who can work for you and can help you deliver a UX-enhanced user interface in the most efficient way and save all those excruciating hours of unnecessary integrations.
Have consistency across platforms and carrier networks
Make sure your end users have the same mobile app experience on all the platforms no matter what device they use.
Test, test and then test some more
It is essential to test the full version of your mobile app across multiple platforms, operating systems, and carrier networks before you decide to go live.
Keep it simple and direct
Don’t complicate your mobile app, having simple messaging and links for your mobile users is incredibly important.
Always keep in mind that customers are on the go. So make sure they can easily find the features they’ll likely need (such as location options or contact details).
Design your App with a user objective in mind
Users typically have one or two objectives on the mobile app, and therefore, your mobile solution should be designed with that specific action in mind.
An important rule of developing an app is being future proof, and build an app that can handle large number of users. The scalable architecture of a mobile app enables it to grow organically to sustain high traffic and user base without affecting the user experience.
There are two types of scaling:
- Vertical Scale
- Horizontal Scale
When more storage space or processing power is added to a single server, it is known as vertical scaling, whereas adding parallel computing resources is known as horizontal scaling.
By integrating deep analytics with an app, a user’s behaviour can be interpreted from the data collected. This data can be vital in understanding how a change in the design is affecting user experience. Analytics can help app developers find patterns in user behaviour that can be used to predictively act further.
Data leakage has been one of the worst threats for enterprise security in 2017. As most of the employees access corporate data through their smartphones, it is crucial for any app developer to ensure high level mobile security, particularly, if you are developing an enterprise application, as a corporate data-breach could cost a fortune to the company.
2018 will be the year of enterprise apps in the mobile app industry. Companies like you would place mobility strategies at the top of business agenda to reap business productivity and performance gain with a smart mobile solution.
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