Delivering Software Products

Solution Since 2009

 

Delivering Software Products


Solution Since 2009

 

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Mobile Solutions


Mobility solutions comprise an overall and total approach for acquiring, managing and integrating mobility functions into an existing organizational infrastructure.

iOS App Development


The process of creating applications for the iPhone platform can be confusing to business owners who want to understand the reality of developing their ideas and bringing them into real-world operations. Good mobile apps start with good design and a clear definition of how the app will attract customers or solve business problems. All modern enterprises need to bring their operations into the mobile sphere to stay competitive. Mobile apps can enhance businesses by improving on existing systems, create new opportunities, and provide significant promotion potential.

Android App Development


The development of Android Apps represents a high-growth area in the mobile device market. These products range from gaming applications to utility apps, and all require the creation of exceptional user interfaces in order to stand out from the crowd. The success of an app requires a unique concept, great playability/usability, social media interfaces, and customization features. The development of native Android apps ensures that the unique features of this OS will be utilized to the fullest.


Mobile App Server Development


The development of particularized design and implementation of native mobile app servers is critical for the excellent user experience all companies strive for. Development strategies encompass tools like Swift, Xcode, UlKit, Coca, and more to ensure maximum functionality in both iOS and Android apps. Mobile apps depend on cloud services for their user identity, data storage, social iteration and big-data features. Mobile apps require significant infrastructure to handle authentication, data storage, social media interactions, and big-data collections. Mobile devices must be able to communicate safely with the service through customized APIs. The apps require appropriately designed interfaces for users and code that is integrated with the required mobile OS from the beginning.

Mobile App Integration to 3rd Party APIs


Android and iOS mobile apps are designed to make the most of social media platforms. To accomplish this, they must be built to communicate with third-party APIs or SDKs to ensure excellent user experiences. Specific back-end infrastructure is required to allow users to connect with platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Integration with third-party APIs – those developed externally to the business – are beneficial in that they offer different points of view and solutions to complicated problems, reduce in-house expenditures of time and resources, and provide access to outside latent.

Apple Pay Integration


Payment option integration with the Apply Pay system offers one-touch payment capability, eliminating the need to enter credit card information in an iOS app. Integration with Apple Pay eliminates the need for manual entry of other tiresome details by customers as they pay for physical goods or services with a single touch on their mobile devices. Appropriate integration allows companies to provide their goods and services easily to millions of iOS users safely and securely through the Touch ID system.

NFC Integration


Near Field Communication (NFC) is a set of standards created to allow mobile devices communicate with one another via physically touching or by being in close proximity. NFC technology is becoming increasingly popular because it facilitates transactions conducted on mobile devices without the need to use passwords or other cumbersome authentication. Using NFC, IT managers can develop innovative strategies that take advantage of the popularity of this technology.


Bluetooth and beacon Integration


Integrating Bluetooth and beacon technologies allows companies to make conducting business with customers much easier through the use of mobile devices.


Mobile App Geofencing


Geofencing, which includes both app-based and network-based functionality, is the most popular technique for targeting the locations of customers. Over half of location-based advertising campaigns use geofencing. The technique allows businesses to focus on hyper-local sales, improving their return-on-investment, decrease the incidence of fraud, and bring companies into legal compliance. Geofencing creates a virtual fence around a specific geographic area, so businesses can determine where their customers are, know when they leave or enter an area, and target unique messages based on their location.

Mobile App Testing


Application testing for mobile devices involves determining whether software created for these devices is usable, functional, and consistent for users. The testing may be automated or performed manually. Mobile apps may be subjected to functional tests, laboratory tests, or performance tests, as well as memory leakage tests and interrupt tests. The testing may comprise security testing, installation testing, and certification testing. The devices used to access the app should also be considered during testing.


Mobile App Prototyping


Prototyping for mobile apps is similar to prototyping for other technology products. Prototypes assess whether the user experience with the app is as good as it can be and whether the user gets the message the app is trying to communicate. It is important that businesses find the testing method appropriate for their approach to mobile app design, then implement it, review its results, and rework products until they reach optimal functionality.

iOS App Development


The process of creating applications for the iPhone platform can be confusing to business owners who want to understand the reality of developing their ideas and bringing them into real-world operations. Good mobile apps start with good design and a clear definition of how the app will attract customers or solve business problems. All modern enterprises need to bring their operations into the mobile sphere to stay competitive. Mobile apps can enhance businesses by improving on existing systems, create new opportunities, and provide significant promotion potential.

Android App Development


The development of Android Apps represents a high-growth area in the mobile device market. These products range from gaming applications to utility apps, and all require the creation of exceptional user interfaces in order to stand out from the crowd. The success of an app requires a unique concept, great playability/usability, social media interfaces, and customization features. The development of native Android apps ensures that the unique features of this OS will be utilized to the fullest.

Mobile App Server Development


The development of particularized design and implementation of native mobile app servers is critical for the excellent user experience all companies strive for. Development strategies encompass tools like Swift, Xcode, UlKit, Coca, and more to ensure maximum functionality in both iOS and Android apps. Mobile apps depend on cloud services for their user identity, data storage, social iteration and big-data features. Mobile apps require significant infrastructure to handle authentication, data storage, social media interactions, and big-data collections. Mobile devices must be able to communicate safely with the service through customized APIs. The apps require appropriately designed interfaces for users and code that is integrated with the required mobile OS from the beginning.

Mobile App Integration to 3rd Party APIs


Android and iOS mobile apps are designed to make the most of social media platforms. To accomplish this, they must be built to communicate with third-party APIs or SDKs to ensure excellent user experiences. Specific back-end infrastructure is required to allow users to connect with platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Integration with third-party APIs – those developed externally to the business – are beneficial in that they offer different points of view and solutions to complicated problems, reduce in-house expenditures of time and resources, and provide access to outside latent.

Apple Pay Integration


Payment option integration with the Apply Pay system offers one-touch payment capability, eliminating the need to enter credit card information in an iOS app. Integration with Apple Pay eliminates the need for manual entry of other tiresome details by customers as they pay for physical goods or services with a single touch on their mobile devices. Appropriate integration allows companies to provide their goods and services easily to millions of iOS users safely and securely through the Touch ID system.

NFC Integration


Near Field Communication (NFC) is a set of standards created to allow mobile devices communicate with one another via physically touching or by being in close proximity. NFC technology is becoming increasingly popular because it facilitates transactions conducted on mobile devices without the need to use passwords or other cumbersome authentication. Using NFC, IT managers can develop innovative strategies that take advantage of the popularity of this technology.

Bluetooth and beacon Integration


Integrating Bluetooth and beacon technologies allows companies to make conducting business with customers much easier through the use of mobile devices.

Mobile App Geofencing


Geofencing, which includes both app-based and network-based functionality, is the most popular technique for targeting the locations of customers. Over half of location-based advertising campaigns use geofencing. The technique allows businesses to focus on hyper-local sales, improving their return-on-investment, decrease the incidence of fraud, and bring companies into legal compliance. Geofencing creates a virtual fence around a specific geographic area, so businesses can determine where their customers are, known when they leave or enter an area, and target unique messages based on their location.

Mobile App Testing


Application testing for mobile devices involves determining whether software created for these devices is usable, functional, and consistent for users. The testing may be automated or performed manually. Mobile apps may be subjected to functional tests, laboratory tests, or performance tests, as well as memory leakage tests and interrupt tests. The testing may comprise security testing, installation testing, and certification testing. The devices used to access the app should also be considered during testing.

Mobile App Prototyping


Prototyping for mobile apps is similar to prototyping for other technology products. Prototypes assess whether the user experience with the app is a good as it can be and whether the user gets the message the app is trying to communicate. It is important that businesses find the testing method appropriate for their approach to mobile app design, then implement it, review its results, and rework products until they reach optimal functionality.

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