Crawl. Walk. Run. The same principle can apply when investigating the efficacy of a mobile app through part of your organization. Consider the pilot program the first phase of improving your customer experience. Here are a few items to keep in mind when initially working through the kinks under a smaller team.
As you look to make a business case for integrating with a mobile app partner, you have to build buy-in. And not just from your boss.
Advocates within your organization and customers can help push the goal forward.
Position a mobile app as the solution to better serve your customers. Or if there are more specific business objectives, tie it back into those initiatives.
Next, you can provide an analysis of using a mobile app partner versus building an app in-house. Discussing the benefits of working with a mobile app partner includes:
Out on the field, having your team members or contractors use a mobile app can cut down on time spent on projects. Our clients have found value not only away as they complete assignments outside of the office; it’s beneficial to their overall workflow.
At the core of your workflow are multiple business processes you can potentially automate. Mobile apps can provide less time-consuming solutions for:
In a crowded marketplace, it can sometimes feel like you are throwing a pebble into the middle of the ocean.
As a business you need to close more leads, but before you can do that you need to be able to make a distinction between you and other companies. Then you need to establish trust and credibility.
Using a mobile app as a sales tool, you can potentially accomplish both of these goals.
For the amount of time we’re spending on phones, it may seem like another mobile app would just cut into your day. But in fact, using the right mobile apps can free up more of your time and boost your business’ productivity so you can focus on bigger picture goals.
Here are 4 major reasons how mobile apps can help your business run more effectively:
When you need to make a business case for using an existing software solution versus developing something new in-house, you’ll need multiple reasons in your arsenal.
Yes, time and cost are paramount. However, rolling out software to any organization also requires expertise which you get from a company who has previous experience implementing solutions in your industry. More on that soon- let’s dig into the details.