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Ecommerce giants like Amazon, Flipkart, and Myntra offer both websites and mobile apps expanding the reach among people to great levels. It has gained tremendous reception among the global audience. The drastic increase in growth starred in 2017 and as of 2020, there are 3 million online shoppers. Considering that Millennials and Gen-Z are extensively using apps like Amazon for purchase, the demand is going to further increase in the upcoming years.These are some of the simple steps to follow to make a successful Ecommerce websiteSet Goals: Primarily the task of se tting goals for your ecommerce business will set the strong foothold for your business to flourish thereafter. Have a firm understanding of your website purchase. For instance, Myntra is an Ecommerce app that majorly focuses on clothes and accessories. Like that, decide on the business area for your website and also the target audience.Planning- Wireframe & prototyping: First the site map is created. A site map is a general skeleton for which represents the entire layout of the website. Visual representation factors like color and logos are part of this process. Later they are developed in the mock-ups sessions.Content creation & assembly: The process is often overlooked. Website content is the main aspect that captures customers’ attention. Having front-end developers and content writers working side-by-side will add to the credibility of the website.Development: Graphic elements designed at the previous stages of linked-to pages. The first home page is developed then the subsequent pages are developed. Websites go through functional and non-functional testing before the final product is all set for release.Website development is an end-to-end process that requires a well-established to match the business requirements. Make sure you have the products that mirror market expectations. 
Ecommerce giants like Amazon, Flipkart, and Myntra offer both websites and mobile apps expanding the reach among people to great levels. It has gained tremendous reception among the global audience. The drastic increase in growth starred in 2017 and as of 2020, there are 3 million online shoppers. Considering that Millennials and Gen-Z are extensively using apps like Amazon for purchase, the demand is going to further increase in the upcoming years.These are some of the simple steps to follow to make a successful Ecommerce websiteSet Goals: Primarily the task of se tting goals for your ecommerce business will set the strong foothold for your business to flourish thereafter. Have a firm understanding of your website purchase. For instance, Myntra is an Ecommerce app that majorly focuses on clothes and accessories. Like that, decide on the business area for your website and also the target audience.Planning- Wireframe & prototyping: First the site map is created. A site map is a general skeleton for which represents the entire layout of the website. Visual representation factors like color and logos are part of this process. Later they are developed in the mock-ups sessions.Content creation & assembly: The process is often overlooked. Website content is the main aspect that captures customers’ attention. Having front-end developers and content writers working side-by-side will add to the credibility of the website.Development: Graphic elements designed at the previous stages of linked-to pages. The first home page is developed then the subsequent pages are developed. Websites go through functional and non-functional testing before the final product is all set for release.Website development is an end-to-end process that requires a well-established to match the business requirements. Make sure you have the products that mirror market expectations. 

Ecommerce giants like Amazon, Flipkart, and Myntra offer both websites and mobile apps expanding the reach among people to great levels. It has gained tremendous reception among the global audience. The drastic increase in growth starred in 2017 and as of 2020, there are 3 million online shoppers. Considering that Millennials and Gen-Z are extensively using apps like Amazon for purchase, the demand is going to further increase in the upcoming years.

These are some of the simple steps to follow to make a successful Ecommerce website

Set Goals: Primarily the task of se

 

tting goals for your ecommerce business will set the strong foothold for your business to flourish thereafter. Have a firm understanding of your website purchase. For instance, Myntra is an Ecommerce app that majorly focuses on clothes and accessories. Like that, decide on the business area for your website and also the target audience.

Planning- Wireframe & prototyping: First the site map is created. A site map is a general skeleton for which represents the entire layout of the website. Visual representation factors like color and logos are part of this process. Later they are developed in the mock-ups sessions.

Content creation & assembly: The process is often overlooked. Website content is the main aspect that captures customers’ attention. Having front-end developers and content writers working side-by-side will add to the credibility of the website.

Development: Graphic elements designed at the previous stages of linked-to pages. The first home page is developed then the subsequent pages are developed. Websites go through functional and non-functional testing before the final product is all set for release.

Website development is an end-to-end process that requires a well-established to match the business requirements. Make sure you have the products that mirror market expectations.
 

Thanks for asking this question. Yes, we definitely see an impact on traffic, leads as well as closures. Traffic is 30% down than usual. Mostly from Asian countries. The traffic from the US and Europe is a little less. Leads are down by 50%. Mostly from the US and Europe. In closure, many deals went on hold due to unpredictable situations in the country or state. So the overall impact on the IT service business is 50%. But as you all know COVID-19 is not going to impact forever. We expect the situation should change in the next 2 weeks with a decrease in infection in the US and Europe. Asian countries are proactive and can save themselves from contagious infection. Let's see the positive side of the business : The competition will decrease. A lot of companies that are not performing efficiently, recruiting blindly, spending heavily will fall. You will get a better resource. As a lot of companies will fall, you will have a better choice of resources. Time to focus on operations. You are getting a good time to focus on your operations. Optimize your spendings and resources. Time to invest in product and new ideas. As you have free resource time you can utilize it to create new innovative products for the long term. It will be interesting to see different views on the situation from other community members. Thanks.
Thanks for asking this question. Yes, we definitely see an impact on traffic, leads as well as closures. Traffic is 30% down than usual. Mostly from Asian countries. The traffic from the US and Europe is a little less. Leads are down by 50%. Mostly from the US and Europe. In closure, many deals went on hold due to unpredictable situations in the country or state. So the overall impact on the IT service business is 50%. But as you all know COVID-19 is not going to impact forever. We expect the situation should change in the next 2 weeks with a decrease in infection in the US and Europe. Asian countries are proactive and can save themselves from contagious infection. Let's see the positive side of the business : The competition will decrease. A lot of companies that are not performing efficiently, recruiting blindly, spending heavily will fall. You will get a better resource. As a lot of companies will fall, you will have a better choice of resources. Time to focus on operations. You are getting a good time to focus on your operations. Optimize your spendings and resources. Time to invest in product and new ideas. As you have free resource time you can utilize it to create new innovative products for the long term. It will be interesting to see different views on the situation from other community members. Thanks.
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Thanks for asking this question. Yes, we definitely see an impact on traffic, leads as well as closures.

  1. Traffic is 30% down than usual. Mostly from Asian countries. The traffic from the US and Europe is a little less.
  2. Leads are down by 50%. Mostly from the US and Europe.
  3. In closure, many deals went on hold due to unpredictable situations in the country or state.

So the overall impact on the IT service business is 50%.

But as you all know COVID-19 is not going to impact forever. We expect the situation should change in the next 2 weeks with a decrease in infection in the US and Europe. Asian countries are proactive and can save themselves from contagious infection.

Let's see the positive side of the business :

  1. The competition will decrease. A lot of companies that are not performing efficiently, recruiting blindly, spending heavily will fall.
  2. You will get a better resource. As a lot of companies will fall, you will have a better choice of resources.
  3. Time to focus on operations. You are getting a good time to focus on your operations. Optimize your spendings and resources.
  4. Time to invest in product and new ideas. As you have free resource time you can utilize it to create new innovative products for the long term.

It will be interesting to see different views on the situation from other community members. Thanks.

Hi Jas,  Yes, Now a days people are using Smart Phones as one of the very essential artilary to keep updated every time and transfer the necessary information on daily to daily basis.  Main Advantage of creating a Mobile App : 1. You are instantly connected to your "End User/Customer directly".2. You can quickly reached to your Audience for having new updates through App and inform them on the moment as i believe "Time is Money" 3. For any business, if you want a huge traction and make a presence in this overflooded Market, You have to be very Unique and the best way to keep your consistency is to provide your customer a better "Service" which can connect you anytime and everytime whenever they want. 4. "Feedback"- To make your product more flexible and reliable, so more people can engage with it, take a survey with your existing customers who can directly and indirectly make your product more scalable, Quality solution via providing there invaluable feedback. 5. Last but not least - People are looking for Instant and Smart solution which can reduce there complexity and make there day to day life easier and for that they are ready to give "Value". Therefore Mobile Application is very useful for a small to a big enterprise - for all to create a huge difference in the People Life. Something which we do/doing for people to give better expereince which can create truely impactful life is worthy and ultimately this can bring alot of values to you and your business. Give Value and Take Value!!!Best Wishes, Chitra(Jenny)
Hi Jas,  Yes, Now a days people are using Smart Phones as one of the very essential artilary to keep updated every time and transfer the necessary information on daily to daily basis.  Main Advantage of creating a Mobile App : 1. You are instantly connected to your "End User/Customer directly".2. You can quickly reached to your Audience for having new updates through App and inform them on the moment as i believe "Time is Money" 3. For any business, if you want a huge traction and make a presence in this overflooded Market, You have to be very Unique and the best way to keep your consistency is to provide your customer a better "Service" which can connect you anytime and everytime whenever they want. 4. "Feedback"- To make your product more flexible and reliable, so more people can engage with it, take a survey with your existing customers who can directly and indirectly make your product more scalable, Quality solution via providing there invaluable feedback. 5. Last but not least - People are looking for Instant and Smart solution which can reduce there complexity and make there day to day life easier and for that they are ready to give "Value". Therefore Mobile Application is very useful for a small to a big enterprise - for all to create a huge difference in the People Life. Something which we do/doing for people to give better expereince which can create truely impactful life is worthy and ultimately this can bring alot of values to you and your business. Give Value and Take Value!!!Best Wishes, Chitra(Jenny)

Hi Jas, 

Yes, Now a days people are using Smart Phones as one of the very essential artilary to keep updated every time and transfer the necessary information on daily to daily basis. 

Main Advantage of creating a Mobile App :

1. You are instantly connected to your "End User/Customer directly".
2. You can quickly reached to your Audience for having new updates through App and inform them on the moment as i believe "Time is Money"
3. For any business, if you want a huge traction and make a presence in this overflooded Market, You have to be very Unique and the best way to keep your consistency is to provide your customer a better

"Service" which can connect you anytime and everytime whenever they want.
4. "Feedback"- To make your product more flexible and reliable, so more people can engage with it, take a survey with your existing customers who can directly and indirectly make your product more scalable, Quality solution via providing there invaluable feedback.

5. Last but not least - People are looking for Instant and Smart solution which can reduce there complexity and make there day to day life easier and for that they are ready to give "Value".

Therefore Mobile Application is very useful for a small to a big enterprise - for all to create a huge difference in the People Life.
Something which we do/doing for people to give better expereince which can create truely impactful life is worthy and ultimately this can bring alot of values to you and your business.

Give Value and Take Value!!!

Best Wishes,
Chitra(Jenny)

Mobile apps are the prime reason for smartphones getting popular today. These apps provide the user with all the specific features that could help in making lives more comfortable. The app market is experiencing a positive revolution, with hundreds of new applications emerging every day. Today, it has become mandatory for a business to have its mobile app to succeed.Some of the popular apps in 2020 are explained below:1.WhatsAppWhatsapp is the most popular and frequently used chat mobile app that enables the communication between various international phone networks. This app consists of several other features such as video calling, audio calling, chat message deletion, emojis, status, and more.The image above shows the exponential increase download of the app over the years.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion2. FacebookEstablished in 2004, Facebook is one of the most prevalent social networking sites. The Facebook app supports Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and all different mobile platforms. The app is globally accepted for social and business communications.The image shown above displays exponential growth in the number of active users on Facebook from 1.3 billion users to approx. 2.5 billion users in 5 years.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion3. Facebook MessengerFacebook Messenger is a dedicated chat application by Facebook. Almost 90% of the total people using Facebook, utilize Facebook Messenger for chatting and staying connected with their friends on FB. There was no dedicated app for chatting on FB in the initial times, but now Facebook app users cannot open a new message without a messenger app.The image above depicts the exponential growth in Facebook messenger from 2014 to 2020.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion4. InstagramInstagram is a photo-sharing and social networking mobile app that became popular majorly because of its excellent and unique features like square image format, filters, and the lack of a website variant. Previously designed with only photo sharing functionalities, now Instagram has updated various features such as Instastories, IgTv. These features have helped many small business owners and big brands in the industry to market their products.The image above reflects the statistics of Instagram in the year 2020. Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion5. SnapchatSnapchat is a photo-sharing and messaging app that can only be used through a dedicated mobile app. This app empowers its users to chat with other Snapchat users and send messages, photos, short videos, and more. Snapchat is popular for its filters and lenses that are updated frequently.The image above shows the engagement statistics of Snapchat by the year 2020.Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion6. YouTubeYouTube is a complete video sharing and visualizing app that performs well on both the mobile app and web platforms. YouTube is the largest host of videos across the globe, and it also offers monetization options to its users.The image above depicts the statistics of this app in 2020.Downloads – 1 billion – 5 billion7. TwitterTwitter is a microblogging website, which also supports a mobile app version. The app functions like a social news feed where you can follow different users, watch the latest news, and check regular updates from industry leaders. This platform also enables its users to raise their voice and put their opinion through “tweets” ahead of millions of users across the world.Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion8. LinkedInLinkedIn is a professional networking platform that was founded in 2002 but launched in 2003, making it the oldest social media site and app. This portal has struggled to grow its database over the years, mostly due to the professional architecture of the network. LinkedIn is widely used for sharing and collecting professional information.The image displayed above shows the exponential growth in the figures and usage above.Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion9. NetflixNetflix is an online video streaming mobile app and website that lets users watch movies, videos, TV series, and other content available on the landscape. This app can be accessed through both websites and mobile apps. Netflix is more convenient than TV as it allows its user to watch their favorite series and TV anywhere and anytime according to their preferences.The image shown above displays the streaming stats of Netflix in the year 2020.Downloads: 100 million – 500 million10. Amazon MobileAmazon is the world’s leading eCommerce website, which is now also available through a dedicated mobile app. This marketplace is beneficial to target its mobile buyers and sellers. The Amazon mobile app works the same as the website.The image above shows the popularity of the app. Downloads: 100 million – 500 million11. Google Pay (Tez)Google Pay, powered by Google, is a one-stop destination app for all the payment requirements. With Google Pay, the users can instantly send and receive money, pay bills, shop online, recharge phone and TVcable, pay at offline stores, bank to bank money transfer, and various other features. Google Pay (Tez) is a simple and secure mobile payment app.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billionThe list of apps mentioned above is a collection of all the popular apps in 2020.
Mobile apps are the prime reason for smartphones getting popular today. These apps provide the user with all the specific features that could help in making lives more comfortable. The app market is experiencing a positive revolution, with hundreds of new applications emerging every day. Today, it has become mandatory for a business to have its mobile app to succeed.Some of the popular apps in 2020 are explained below:1.WhatsAppWhatsapp is the most popular and frequently used chat mobile app that enables the communication between various international phone networks. This app consists of several other features such as video calling, audio calling, chat message deletion, emojis, status, and more.The image above shows the exponential increase download of the app over the years.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion2. FacebookEstablished in 2004, Facebook is one of the most prevalent social networking sites. The Facebook app supports Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and all different mobile platforms. The app is globally accepted for social and business communications.The image shown above displays exponential growth in the number of active users on Facebook from 1.3 billion users to approx. 2.5 billion users in 5 years.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion3. Facebook MessengerFacebook Messenger is a dedicated chat application by Facebook. Almost 90% of the total people using Facebook, utilize Facebook Messenger for chatting and staying connected with their friends on FB. There was no dedicated app for chatting on FB in the initial times, but now Facebook app users cannot open a new message without a messenger app.The image above depicts the exponential growth in Facebook messenger from 2014 to 2020.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion4. InstagramInstagram is a photo-sharing and social networking mobile app that became popular majorly because of its excellent and unique features like square image format, filters, and the lack of a website variant. Previously designed with only photo sharing functionalities, now Instagram has updated various features such as Instastories, IgTv. These features have helped many small business owners and big brands in the industry to market their products.The image above reflects the statistics of Instagram in the year 2020. Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion5. SnapchatSnapchat is a photo-sharing and messaging app that can only be used through a dedicated mobile app. This app empowers its users to chat with other Snapchat users and send messages, photos, short videos, and more. Snapchat is popular for its filters and lenses that are updated frequently.The image above shows the engagement statistics of Snapchat by the year 2020.Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion6. YouTubeYouTube is a complete video sharing and visualizing app that performs well on both the mobile app and web platforms. YouTube is the largest host of videos across the globe, and it also offers monetization options to its users.The image above depicts the statistics of this app in 2020.Downloads – 1 billion – 5 billion7. TwitterTwitter is a microblogging website, which also supports a mobile app version. The app functions like a social news feed where you can follow different users, watch the latest news, and check regular updates from industry leaders. This platform also enables its users to raise their voice and put their opinion through “tweets” ahead of millions of users across the world.Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion8. LinkedInLinkedIn is a professional networking platform that was founded in 2002 but launched in 2003, making it the oldest social media site and app. This portal has struggled to grow its database over the years, mostly due to the professional architecture of the network. LinkedIn is widely used for sharing and collecting professional information.The image displayed above shows the exponential growth in the figures and usage above.Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion9. NetflixNetflix is an online video streaming mobile app and website that lets users watch movies, videos, TV series, and other content available on the landscape. This app can be accessed through both websites and mobile apps. Netflix is more convenient than TV as it allows its user to watch their favorite series and TV anywhere and anytime according to their preferences.The image shown above displays the streaming stats of Netflix in the year 2020.Downloads: 100 million – 500 million10. Amazon MobileAmazon is the world’s leading eCommerce website, which is now also available through a dedicated mobile app. This marketplace is beneficial to target its mobile buyers and sellers. The Amazon mobile app works the same as the website.The image above shows the popularity of the app. Downloads: 100 million – 500 million11. Google Pay (Tez)Google Pay, powered by Google, is a one-stop destination app for all the payment requirements. With Google Pay, the users can instantly send and receive money, pay bills, shop online, recharge phone and TVcable, pay at offline stores, bank to bank money transfer, and various other features. Google Pay (Tez) is a simple and secure mobile payment app.Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billionThe list of apps mentioned above is a collection of all the popular apps in 2020.

Mobile apps are the prime reason for smartphones getting popular today. These apps provide the user with all the specific features that could help in making lives more comfortable. The app market is experiencing a positive revolution, with hundreds of new applications emerging every day. Today, it has become mandatory for a business to have its mobile app to succeed.

Some of the popular apps in 2020 are explained below:

1.WhatsApp

Whatsapp is the most popular and frequently used chat mobile app that enables the communication between various international phone networks. This app consists of several other features such as video calling, audio calling, chat message deletion, emojis, status, and more.

The image above shows the exponential increase download of the app over the years.

Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion

2. Facebook

Established in 2004, Facebook is one of the most prevalent social networking sites. The Facebook app supports Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and all different mobile platforms. The app is globally accepted for social and business communications.

The image shown above displays exponential growth in the number of active users on Facebook from 1.3 billion users to approx. 2.5 billion users in 5 years.

Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion

3. Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is a dedicated chat application by Facebook. Almost 90% of the total people using Facebook, utilize Facebook Messenger for chatting and staying connected with their friends on FB. There was no dedicated app for chatting on FB in the initial times, but now Facebook app users cannot open a new message without a messenger app.

The image above depicts the exponential growth in Facebook messenger from 2014 to 2020.

Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion

4. Instagram

Instagram is a photo-sharing and social networking mobile app that became popular majorly because of its excellent and unique features like square image format, filters, and the lack of a website variant. Previously designed with only photo sharing functionalities, now Instagram has updated various features such as Instastories, IgTv. These features have helped many small business owners and big brands in the industry to market their products.

The image above reflects the statistics of Instagram in the year 2020. 

Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion

5. Snapchat

Snapchat is a photo-sharing and messaging app that can only be used through a dedicated mobile app. This app empowers its users to chat with other Snapchat users and send messages, photos, short videos, and more. Snapchat is popular for its filters and lenses that are updated frequently.

The image above shows the engagement statistics of Snapchat by the year 2020.

Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion

6. YouTube

YouTube is a complete video sharing and visualizing app that performs well on both the mobile app and web platforms. YouTube is the largest host of videos across the globe, and it also offers monetization options to its users.

The image above depicts the statistics of this app in 2020.

Downloads – 1 billion – 5 billion

7. Twitter

Twitter is a microblogging website, which also supports a mobile app version. The app functions like a social news feed where you can follow different users, watch the latest news, and check regular updates from industry leaders. This platform also enables its users to raise their voice and put their opinion through “tweets” ahead of millions of users across the world.

Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion

8. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a professional networking platform that was founded in 2002 but launched in 2003, making it the oldest social media site and app. This portal has struggled to grow its database over the years, mostly due to the professional architecture of the network. LinkedIn is widely used for sharing and collecting professional information.

The image displayed above shows the exponential growth in the figures and usage above.

Downloads: 500 million – 1 billion

9. Netflix

Netflix is an online video streaming mobile app and website that lets users watch movies, videos, TV series, and other content available on the landscape. This app can be accessed through both websites and mobile apps. Netflix is more convenient than TV as it allows its user to watch their favorite series and TV anywhere and anytime according to their preferences.

The image shown above displays the streaming stats of Netflix in the year 2020.

Downloads: 100 million – 500 million

10. Amazon Mobile

Amazon is the world’s leading eCommerce website, which is now also available through a dedicated mobile app. This marketplace is beneficial to target its mobile buyers and sellers. The Amazon mobile app works the same as the website.

The image above shows the popularity of the app. 

Downloads: 100 million – 500 million

11. Google Pay (Tez)

Google Pay, powered by Google, is a one-stop destination app for all the payment requirements. With Google Pay, the users can instantly send and receive money, pay bills, shop online, recharge phone and TVcable, pay at offline stores, bank to bank money transfer, and various other features. Google Pay (Tez) is a simple and secure mobile payment app.

Downloads: 1 billion – 5 billion

The list of apps mentioned above is a collection of all the popular apps in 2020.

The mobile app market is continuously swelling up. Seeing the current pandemic situation when more and more businesses and companies are operating from home, the need for remote operations has increased. Thousands of apps developed daily in multiple genres, by the app development companies, are now produced by the remote-based developers. It is safe, timesaving, and efforts saving as well. Even a large number of start-up founders and managers recruit remote native Android/iOS developers to help them develop the right products to the users. Many companies have started offering a common platform for developers and app development companies to match their job requirements and supply of workforce. For example, a platform like Remoters, MyRemoteTeam, and Remote4Me, are a network of remote developers is launched to help them get a job in top companies and startups. This seems an easy and quick way for the businesses to pay remote teams, employees, consultants, and freelancers. What skills do you want in your remote mobile developer to have? Now, here are a few skills that you can look for to hire a remote mobile developer for your project. · A remote mobile developer should adopt and embrace a flexible mindset and schedule. · Should follow self-discipline and the daily practice of organization · Should possess excellent verbal and communication skills · Possess well-developed troubleshooting capabilities · Keen interest in true work-life balance How do you manage the remote developers? The following steps help you to manage your remote developers efficiently. Check them out: #1. Adopt known methodologies for project management. #2. Foster accountability. #3. Encourage a unified development philosophy. #4. Stress over automating what can be automated. #5. Establish reliable communication channels. #6. Use video conferencing channel to bolster efficiency and morale. #7. Take the benefits of time zone differences. #8. Schedule independent technical reviews. #9. If possible, hire an independent CTO. #10. Use task and project management tools. When the economy today is going freelance globally, you have to adjust to the realities before it is too late for tomorrow. ‘Remote’ is the new normal, and when you are following this guide to manage your remote workforce, it will not be an intimidating challenge to manage the team well. Instead, fostering accountability, using effective communication channels, and implementing right tools will increase the efficiency of both your outsourced and in-house development teams.
The mobile app market is continuously swelling up. Seeing the current pandemic situation when more and more businesses and companies are operating from home, the need for remote operations has increased. Thousands of apps developed daily in multiple genres, by the app development companies, are now produced by the remote-based developers. It is safe, timesaving, and efforts saving as well. Even a large number of start-up founders and managers recruit remote native Android/iOS developers to help them develop the right products to the users. Many companies have started offering a common platform for developers and app development companies to match their job requirements and supply of workforce. For example, a platform like Remoters, MyRemoteTeam, and Remote4Me, are a network of remote developers is launched to help them get a job in top companies and startups. This seems an easy and quick way for the businesses to pay remote teams, employees, consultants, and freelancers. What skills do you want in your remote mobile developer to have? Now, here are a few skills that you can look for to hire a remote mobile developer for your project. · A remote mobile developer should adopt and embrace a flexible mindset and schedule. · Should follow self-discipline and the daily practice of organization · Should possess excellent verbal and communication skills · Possess well-developed troubleshooting capabilities · Keen interest in true work-life balance How do you manage the remote developers? The following steps help you to manage your remote developers efficiently. Check them out: #1. Adopt known methodologies for project management. #2. Foster accountability. #3. Encourage a unified development philosophy. #4. Stress over automating what can be automated. #5. Establish reliable communication channels. #6. Use video conferencing channel to bolster efficiency and morale. #7. Take the benefits of time zone differences. #8. Schedule independent technical reviews. #9. If possible, hire an independent CTO. #10. Use task and project management tools. When the economy today is going freelance globally, you have to adjust to the realities before it is too late for tomorrow. ‘Remote’ is the new normal, and when you are following this guide to manage your remote workforce, it will not be an intimidating challenge to manage the team well. Instead, fostering accountability, using effective communication channels, and implementing right tools will increase the efficiency of both your outsourced and in-house development teams.

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The mobile app market is continuously swelling up. Seeing the current pandemic situation when more and more businesses and companies are operating from home, the need for remote operations has increased. Thousands of apps developed daily in multiple genres, by the app development companies, are now produced by the remote-based developers. It is safe, timesaving, and efforts saving as well.

Even a large number of start-up founders and managers recruit remote native Android/iOS developers to help them develop the right products to the users. Many companies have started offering a common platform for developers and app development companies to match their job requirements and supply of workforce.

For example, a platform like Remoters, MyRemoteTeam, and Remote4Me, are a network of remote developers is launched to help them get a job in top companies and startups. This seems an easy and quick way for the businesses to pay remote teams, employees, consultants, and freelancers.

What skills do you want in your remote mobile developer to have?

Now, here are a few skills that you can look for to hire a remote mobile developer for your project.

· A remote mobile developer should adopt and embrace a flexible mindset and schedule.

· Should follow self-discipline and the daily practice of organization

· Should possess excellent verbal and communication skills

· Possess well-developed troubleshooting capabilities

· Keen interest in true work-life balance

How do you manage the remote developers?

The following steps help you to manage your remote developers efficiently. Check them out:

#1. Adopt known methodologies for project management.

#2. Foster accountability.

#3. Encourage a unified development philosophy.

#4. Stress over automating what can be automated.

#5. Establish reliable communication channels.

#6. Use video conferencing channel to bolster efficiency and morale.

#7. Take the benefits of time zone differences.

#8. Schedule independent technical reviews.

#9. If possible, hire an independent CTO.

#10. Use task and project management tools.

When the economy today is going freelance globally, you have to adjust to the realities before it is too late for tomorrow. ‘Remote’ is the new normal, and when you are following this guide to manage your remote workforce, it will not be an intimidating challenge to manage the team well.

Instead, fostering accountability, using effective communication channels, and implementing right tools will increase the efficiency of both your outsourced and in-house development teams.

Now more than ever, we can observe the transformation that online shopping has sparked in our lives. With the advent of the Coronavirus and social distancing norms in place, everyone adapted online shopping – this pandemic has given a major breakthrough to the digital ecosystem and e-commerce culture. But, in a world of smartphones where everyone is always hooked on the phone – we need more than a robust e-commerce website. A recent study predicted that by 2021, the global e-commerce share of mobile commerce will rise to 73%. This figure reflects that the future of e-commerce is mobile. The reasons why you need mobile apps for e-commerce are:Smartphones are the preferred choice for shopping Higher customer engagement and great accessibility Mobile apps are considered as the face of the brandImproved customer loyalty because of the convenience factorHelp you understand your customers wellBuild a strong relationship with customersCreate a reliable brand imageHelp you scale your businessIntegration of Artificial Intelligence & Machine LearningThe emergence of Augmented RealityPersonalisationMobile apps provide a potential platform for sellers to promote, sell and stay connected with the customers. It has low barriers to enter the market meaning anyone with great products can join the market. As per a survey report – by 2040, 95% of the retail sales will happen on a digital platform. Gone are the days when people went to brick and mortar stores with a list, now they can purchase items with just one click. With cut-throat competition in the market, mobile apps can help you stay connected to your customers 24X7 and improve the conversion rate. The reward and loyalty programs on the apps assist in customer retention and enhance remarketing practices. The mobile app goes one step ahead in marketing via its push notification feature. It is a very targeted and efficient way to reach your customers – at the right time and with the right message. With that, mobile apps reduce the average response time, they have chatbot features so whenever a user has an enquiry or issue, it can be resolved in seconds. This way, sales are improved and so is the loyalty. Additionally, it allows marketers and businesses to run complete analytics – they can track every issue customer encountered within the app, identify the bottlenecks in the journey and rectify them. They also enable brands to create user personas to tailor the offers, discounts and in-app experience. Bottom line Mobile apps can be a differentiator in your marketing campaign and give your business an unmatched value.
Now more than ever, we can observe the transformation that online shopping has sparked in our lives. With the advent of the Coronavirus and social distancing norms in place, everyone adapted online shopping – this pandemic has given a major breakthrough to the digital ecosystem and e-commerce culture. But, in a world of smartphones where everyone is always hooked on the phone – we need more than a robust e-commerce website. A recent study predicted that by 2021, the global e-commerce share of mobile commerce will rise to 73%. This figure reflects that the future of e-commerce is mobile. The reasons why you need mobile apps for e-commerce are:Smartphones are the preferred choice for shopping Higher customer engagement and great accessibility Mobile apps are considered as the face of the brandImproved customer loyalty because of the convenience factorHelp you understand your customers wellBuild a strong relationship with customersCreate a reliable brand imageHelp you scale your businessIntegration of Artificial Intelligence & Machine LearningThe emergence of Augmented RealityPersonalisationMobile apps provide a potential platform for sellers to promote, sell and stay connected with the customers. It has low barriers to enter the market meaning anyone with great products can join the market. As per a survey report – by 2040, 95% of the retail sales will happen on a digital platform. Gone are the days when people went to brick and mortar stores with a list, now they can purchase items with just one click. With cut-throat competition in the market, mobile apps can help you stay connected to your customers 24X7 and improve the conversion rate. The reward and loyalty programs on the apps assist in customer retention and enhance remarketing practices. The mobile app goes one step ahead in marketing via its push notification feature. It is a very targeted and efficient way to reach your customers – at the right time and with the right message. With that, mobile apps reduce the average response time, they have chatbot features so whenever a user has an enquiry or issue, it can be resolved in seconds. This way, sales are improved and so is the loyalty. Additionally, it allows marketers and businesses to run complete analytics – they can track every issue customer encountered within the app, identify the bottlenecks in the journey and rectify them. They also enable brands to create user personas to tailor the offers, discounts and in-app experience. Bottom line Mobile apps can be a differentiator in your marketing campaign and give your business an unmatched value.

Now more than ever, we can observe the transformation that online shopping has sparked in our lives. With the advent of the Coronavirus and social distancing norms in place, everyone adapted online shopping – this pandemic has given a major breakthrough to the digital ecosystem and e-commerce culture. 

But, in a world of smartphones where everyone is always hooked on the phone – we need more than a robust e-commerce website. A recent study predicted that by 2021, the global e-commerce share of mobile commerce will rise to 73%. This figure reflects that the future of e-commerce is mobile. 

The reasons why you need mobile apps for e-commerce are:

  • Smartphones are the preferred choice for shopping 
  • Higher customer engagement and great accessibility 
  • Mobile apps are considered as the face of the brand
  • Improved customer loyalty because of the convenience factor
  • Help you understand your customers well
  • Build a strong relationship with customers
  • Create a reliable brand image
  • Help you scale your business
  • Integration of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • The emergence of Augmented Reality
  • Personalisation

Mobile apps provide a potential platform for sellers to promote, sell and stay connected with the customers. It has low barriers to enter the market meaning anyone with great products can join the market. As per a survey report – by 2040, 95% of the retail sales will happen on a digital platform

Gone are the days when people went to brick and mortar stores with a list, now they can purchase items with just one click. With cut-throat competition in the market, mobile apps can help you stay connected to your customers 24X7 and improve the conversion rate. The reward and loyalty programs on the apps assist in customer retention and enhance remarketing practices. 

The mobile app goes one step ahead in marketing via its push notification feature. It is a very targeted and efficient way to reach your customers – at the right time and with the right message. With that, mobile apps reduce the average response time, they have chatbot features so whenever a user has an enquiry or issue, it can be resolved in seconds. This way, sales are improved and so is the loyalty. 

Additionally, it allows marketers and businesses to run complete analytics – they can track every issue customer encountered within the app, identify the bottlenecks in the journey and rectify them. They also enable brands to create user personas to tailor the offers, discounts and in-app experience. 

Bottom line 

Mobile apps can be a differentiator in your marketing campaign and give your business an unmatched value.

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