Every product ever developed started with an idea. The transition from an idea to a successful commercial product depends on the degree to which developers think out every step of the process. To ensure that a product is developed with the right mindset, Viktor Bogdanov of Intersog, outlines the questions product developers must ask.
After developing a fully functional mobile application, developers must turn their focus to promoting their app in order to engage users and drive downloads. Two methods that increase the effectiveness of app promotion efforts are using a website and social media profiles.
IoT offers money, time, and energy saving benefits for small businesses. But it's important to know the risks before investing in the new technology.
After analyzing the challenges Starbucks experienced when rolling out its mobile order and payment app, Science Soft, an international IT services and software development company, offers tips for planning a mobile pre-ordering solution for cafes and restaurants.
Having an app is a crucial part of marketing, but budget is a restricting factor for small businesses. Marketing agencies should offer lower cost app development services, like app builders, to help small businesses do business better.
Despite the ubiquity of mobile apps in today's world, not even half of small businesses have built them. This begs the question: What is holding SMBs back? Our newest research explores the attitudes of SMBs toward using apps as business tools and how they plan on embracing them in the future.
Only 20 percent of small businesses have a mobile app however, this percent is set to double by 2017. With the various ways that small businesses can utilize mobile apps, the growing need for mobile-optimized information, and the accessibility of easy to use app building platforms, the stage is set for small business mobile app adoption.
A Clutch user shares the success story of how the company found and hired a top-notch app development firm from Clutch's research and reviews. Read the full testimonial below.
With wearable technology still in its infancy, predictions about its future uses, forms, and capabilities remain a much-discussed topic. Clutch spoke with experts from 15 businesses about the role they foresee wearable technology playing in the near future – the next six to 12 months.
With any new technology, challenges arise throughout the process of designing and developing a product. However, troubleshooting to overcome these hurdles often yields unique lessons learned. Clutch spoke with leaders from 15 businesses with experience planning, designing, developing, and working with wearable technology, and they imparted four crucial pieces of advice.
Clutch spoke with Dave Todaro, founder and president of Ascendle, about the software development process and keys to success in the market.
Clutch spoke with Jake Ward, the President and CEO of the app developers alliance, a trade group that represents developers as a profession.
Clutch spoke with Deepak Chopra, the CEO and one of the co-founders of Clearbridge Mobile, a mobile app development company in Canada.
Clutch interviewed Michael Romilly, Marketing Director at app development company Waracle.
Clutch spoke with Mikhail Chuprynski, Director of Development at Magora Systems, a software, mobile and web development company.
Clutch spoke with Graham Dodge, President and CEO of Sickweather, the data and media platform for public health prediction. The interview is part of a series about wearable technology.
Clutch spoke with Levent Gurses, President of Movel, as part of a series of interviews about wearable technology.
Clutch spoke with Charles Teague, Founder and CEO of Lose It!, as part of a series of interviews about wearable technology.
Clutch spoke with Sep Seyedi, CEO of Plastic Mobile, as part of a series of interviews about wearable technology.
Clutch spoke with Al Baker, co-founder and CEO of Reemo, as part of a series of interviews about wearable technology.