Managing a workforce is hard. It’s even harder when a company operates more than one location and has more than a dozen employees. The magic wand that saves the day for many businesses is employee scheduling software. There are a lot of out-of-the-box applications on the market; however, many business owners seek a custom solution tailored to the needs of their company.
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Our client, an Indonesian fitness company, decided to create a mobile app to satisfy the demands of their customers. We created a technical specification, built an MVP, and deployed it within strict deadlines. In this case study, we describe how we optimized the customer experience with a mobile app and integrated that app into an existing web system for both clients and administrators.
When business owners think about ways to scale revenue, the first thing that often comes to mind is a mobile app. In the majority of cases, they choose native apps. However, some entrepreneurs boost their businesses with progressive web apps instead and manage to generate the same revenue as owners of native apps. What are the pros and cons of each solution, and which is better suited for a startup and a big company? Let’s find out.
Almost all businesses need a digital presence, and there are lots of options to choose from: native, cross-platform, hybrid, and progressive apps, adaptive and responsive websites… In this article, we analyze what platforms people use most in different parts of the world and what technologies can allow you to maximize user satisfaction and reach.
Mobile applications help people with most things, including taking care of their health. Currently, the mHealth market has lots to offer patients, doctors, medical centers, insurance companies, and average people. However, the adoption of mHealth apps is still slow, and the reason is the challenges and drawbacks we are yet to overcome.
Sports are popular everywhere. They have their own cultures, teams, and thousands or millions of fans. However, the way we watch sports has changed drastically, and the industry needs to keep up.
Our client, an Indonesian fitness company, decided to create a customer-facing mobile app to satisfy the demands of their customers. We created a technical specification, built an MVP, and deployed it within strict deadlines. In this case study, we describe how we managed to optimize the customer experience with a mobile app and integrate it into an existing web system for both clients and administrators.
“Every company is a technology company” – this was part of the title of a piece by Mark Raskino published on the Gartner Blog Network back in 2013. And as our world continues to plunge deeper into technology, it’s becoming more and more true. If you plan to start a business – even an offline one – you should think about its digital side.
We continue our series of articles dedicated to the work with Redux libraries in Swift. This time we describe how to store and restore an app’s state when working with Redux.
Choosing between a white-label solution for your scootersharing business and building an app from scratch can be a challenge. Wishing to save both money and time but still launch a viable product, entrepreneurs are torn between these two options. Which road should you follow? We compare both options and provide the estimated cost of each.
Being healthy and fit is popular. So are mobile applications. Many fitness centers and gyms have already proven that combining both can provide amazing results and grow revenue.
You’ve come a long way: You have enough followers to be called an influencer. You get revenue from partnerships and ads, but in the end your followers’ money goes to the brands you advertise. How can you create an additional source of revenue from your Instagram profile? We have an answer.