#Mobile apps

Keep your tasks centralized, keep an eye on your staff over your smartphone

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" Save manpower and money by using your smartphone for tasks that would need a full-time employee. Check the workflow even if you are overseas."

How can a Custom Mobile App support your business?

There are certain tasks in your Small to Medium Business that can be automatized. They simply do not require an extra staff, therefore you can save time and money by using your mobile phone instead of paying an administrator.

Here are some examples of what a custom mobile app can do for you

  • Real time reports (eg. you have a building inspector business and you do on-site reports - instead of having to fill out forms in Excel, you simply type in all details into your mobile app and the report will be sent to your client straight away)
  • Time sheets (eg. you employ tradies who have to fill their timesheets every week - instead of running around to collect the timesheets every team member can fill their timesheets in the mobile app)
  • Job sheets / Task sheets (eg. you have a construction business and you work on 5 different sites - you can allocate tasks to each team members and you can get real-time updates of everything that happens in your business, you can also send daily reports to your client by one click)
  • Online ordering (eg. you have a hospitality business and want to give your customers the option to order through your mobile application)


The Mobile App development process:


Identify the Need

Get in touch with us (you can fill the Enquiry form at the bottom) and let us know what you need the mobile app for. We get all the stakeholders together to brainstorm the solution and finalize a feature set and roadmap. This will clarify exactly what the application will do, who will use it, how it will perform, what devices it’ll work on, and most importantly… what it wont do.

It’s good practice to start building a roadmap during this stage. A lot of good ideas will come out of the brainstorming sessions so it’s good to capture them all and place them on a roadmap.


Create Mockups/ Prototypes

Step 2 is where we start to take the ideas from Step 1, and we create a Wireframe.

Once the wireframe is complete, we share it with the stakeholders and end users to get feedbacks from those who haven’t seen the app before and quietly watch them click through the screens. This early user testing will uncover little issues that could cause major headaches down the road.


Development and Testing

The most exciting part of the projects is the development and testing. Since the application has already been thoroughly vetted, documented, and designed, the developers get to focus their efforts on putting the pieces together. All key points of functionality and features must be approved by this time as once the programming starts we can not change the wireframe.


User Acceptance Testing

Also called UAT. Prior to releasing the application into the wild, it’s best to release an alpha or beta to a select group of end users. These users can start to use the app in their daily routines and identify any issues. This helps improve the quality of the application before launching it to a large user group.


Deployment and Support

After UAT, it’s time to deploy the application to the App Store, publish it online (in case of a web-app), or publish to an enterprise App Portal (in case of a private app).