During software development, there is less room for errors, so this part is critical to the success of a mobile project. However, with a marketing strategy, there are more opportunities to test solutions. Increasing the number of users of a mobile application will not only help with the success of the app but also guide app developers and designers to improve it once data is collected and analyzed. Read more
Given the prevalence, if not inevitability, of cyberattacks, companies need to create a strategy to address prevention as much as response. Adopting new technologies also comes with accountability as building a safe system requires the protection of the users’ and company’s information privacy. There are different ways an attacker might try to cause harm. This blog post is focused on discussing how to prevent cyber attacks from happening with simple practices that, even though are well-known, there are still accountability gaps that must be addressed when getting a mobile app developed. Read more
On June 12th, at 3 PM, Vince O’Gorman, Vog’s CEO and a visionary leader who has provided enormous opportunities for developers and companies in Canada, will be speaking at the Global Petroleum Show (Digital Transformation Zone – Wine Bar) about Simplification through Mobile Innovation: So many technologies, so little time.
With numerous software solutions in the market, businesses are feeling overwhelmed and lost. That’s why it has come to light that the software industry is moving towards the seemingly inevitable consolidation of its products in order to meet the latest businesses’ requirements.
Businesses are drowning in the costs of the huge integration projects needed to link together all the limited applications they need and integration costs are five to ten times the cost of the software itself. Today, the prevailing winds have changed thanks to the solidification of the software industry, the evolution of the internet of things, the improvements of the artificial intelligence technologies, and the power of the cloud. Finally, companies have access to highly affordable, on-demand, always-updated and fully customizable mobile software.
If we want to take advantage of the remarkable technologies that have been presented to us, we need a better strategy to streamline processes, increase efficiency and predict future outcomes. In this presentation, Vince will discuss how we have reached this delicate stage in the relationship between companies and the software industry, what is and how to avoid app burnout, how to use technology to simplify (not complicate) procedures, and how to identify what really matters when adopting a software solution that will truly improve the way you do business.
The faster an organization can launch and improve its software, the more it can drive loyalty for itself and build switching costs for the competition. The pace of technology continues to accelerate, and consumers have come to expect the best and latest experiences a business can provide. If software is taking over the world, you want to know all about it in order to take a seat at the table.
A strong online presence will result in far better engagement for your investment. Here are six things you can do to build and manage your online reputation in order to get visibility and grow your business:
Get a Responsive Website
With the obvious transition to greater mobile usage, it’s crucial to have a website so that it automatically scales its content and elements to match the screen size on which it is accessed to ensure a consistent view of the valuable information and content you want to share.
If someone visits your website on a mobile device, and it takes forever to load or some forms are not working correctly or information is missed, and navigation is limited, it can make your company appear unprofessional. Moreover, you may cause frustration and lose businesses opportunities.
A new visit to your website can be the first step towards getting a new customer. For this reason, your site should offer a smooth experience.
Think of your website as the door of your business office. When people visit you, you don’t want them to feel lost, you want them to feel valued and know they are important to you, so make sure your website is welcoming, does not matter the device they are using to get into it.
And there is more to it than that. Here are six reasons why you need a mobile responsive website.
Boost Customer Service
Give prospects a really good reason to start making business with you by offering outstanding customer service. Have a form or e-mail or online chat where your customer can reach out to you and get their questions answered as soon as possible.
Also, consider creating a loyalty program and reward them by providing a level of value that they can’t get anywhere else.
Be on Google Business
Google being the largest search engine and known directory of services is most people’s first stop when searching for information, services or products. The more data you can offer Google the more information it can send out to its users.
To create Google Business account simply sign up at http://www.google.com/business/ if you already have a Google account this can be upgraded to a Business account. Get your business verified and update your profile with as much information you can.
Your “Google My Business” can be updated as often as you like so keep it up to date and make sure that your information is accurate, so users can have driving or walking directions delivered directly to them, while mobile users can click to call you directly from your Google My Business listing.
Don’t forget to collect reviews on Google as those reviews provide valuable information about your business to both you and your customers. Encourage your customers to spread the word about your business by writing you a review and show your customers your business values their input by thanking them for offering feedback. Building an online presence is also about creating a reputation.
Get a Mobile App Built
Your company’s shift to mobile is an inevitability. It’s no longer a question of if you go mobile, but when. With a custom mobile app, the user experience can be entirely tailored, tested, and validated to ensure that it meets and surpasses your user expectations, increasing engagement and retention.
Mobile devices provide a new opportunity for companies to connect with on-the-go audiences. For this reason, companies are aggressively adopting mobile apps, but few are understanding the potential of a dominant strategy. Smart companies have a vast opportunity to outpace the competition by creating a competitive mobile app strategy that delivers and measures real results.
Mobile apps can be designed to help to improve your online presence, promote, market and grow your business. If you want to learn more, check out how businesses can benefit from mobile apps.
Be Present on Social Media
Being present on social media is not the same as using it. Some people don’t see it as a valuable tool to grow their business, but, as the number of people using it continues to grow and social sales tools evolve you can’t ignore it. Social media can be a door opener that could lead to business opportunity. If you really want to get results from it, you have to take it seriously and set SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound. Identify your audience, make your presence known and, seek more than followers, seek relationships.
There are lots of different social media channels, and you don’t have to be on all of them, but, if you are, be present.
To start, Linked In is probably the best option as it is a social network for professionals and it’s a great place to engage with people that matter most to your business. Create your personal profile as well as your business page. A LinkedIn page acts as the voice of your organization on LinkedIn and it helps members learn more about your business, your products and services, and job opportunities.
Blog About Your Business
Blogging helps to show the experience you have that will distinguish your business from competitors. Publishing on a blog benefits your business because the stronger your knowledge and communication of that knowledge is, the more trust you earn.
Create new leads by helping current and potential customers with high-quality content that shows your expertise and give the answers to the most common questions about your business and industry.
Moreover, publishing content regularly can help you to increase your visibility by improving your position on the search engine rankings. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a long term process comprised, and a business blog may not get you on the first page of Google overnight. However, it will significantly enhance your search engine rankings over time.
If your competitors don’t have a strong mobile presence yet, they will. Either you get it to be ahead of the game or to keep up with them. Vog App Developers can help you by developing a mobile app for your business and creating a responsive website. Contact our amazing team to get your questions answered and your problems solved with the help of high-qualified developers in Canada.
Thanks to mobile devices, contractors can capture and manage data more easily, and, with the help of a construction management app, use this data in order to increase productivity. Mobile apps can be a wealth of knowledge right in people’s back pocket, so here are 5 reasons why mobile apps are transforming the construction industry:
People come to us and ask why they should get a customized app and what are the differences between using an off-the-shelf product and getting a custom mobile app built. We have put together a few reasons why custom software development might be the right option for you.
If you have to hire someone to work for you, either you don’t know how to do the person’s job or you don’t have time for that. So why would you try to micromanage someone if you don’t have the knowledge or the time to make it happen?
When talking about software development companies the question gets even funnier: Are you gonna teach your developer how to code or are you gonna spend your precious time checking if the developer is using spaces or tabs for code indentation? Read more