Building a responsive website means bridging the gap between your platform and the user’s needs. It’s an indispensable tool when carving out a niche in the e-commerce marketplace. When you go one step farther into the world of mobile apps, as long as your mobile app has unique functionality (see our blog post about that here), you open a wider range of possibilities for your customers.

Get connected with native apps

A great way to drive new traffic, boost sales conversion, and seeing a great Return on Investment is by considering developing a native app. Native apps can add significant value if designed with functionality that is unique from your website. They work by creating content specific to mobile platforms, allowing you to detect and respond to mobile audiences, as well as take advantage of plenty of platform-specific perks. They boost traffic by connecting directly to mobile markets serving as another outlet for your growing business and provide an additional method for new visitors to plug into your products and services. Considering that 90 percent of consumer’s mobile time is spent in apps, there are many business reasons to consider developing one.

Tailored to your needs

Let’s pretend that you are a real estate agent looking for a way to breathe new life into the numerical side of your business. A customized native app could include anything from mortgage calculation functions and value assessment to renting vs. buying comparisons that will lead your users to engage more meaningfully with the platform and, as a result, your business. In addition to this functionality, native apps are beneficial in that they are accessible with increased speed, optimized aspect ratios, and market streams.

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But it’s not just about business

Apps aren’t just for “for-profit” work, lots of non-profit options are in the marketplace. Consider the app Instead that allows users to manage their finances more effectively so they can donate the remainder to charity. It’s not only an outlet for users to look at their spending habits but it also allows the end user to give and stay connected to organizations they care about.

In addition to creating a website that is responsive, a website app allows functionality that is unique, thus encouraging users to stay connected all day, every day. Without the simple interface and easy accessibility, Instead would not have been able to achieve the success it has seen today.

Businesses today use a myriad of internal apps that help streamline their business processes. We’ve created the following types of business apps:

  • An Employee Portal that provides employees with HR information, time off requests, company directories and other tools specific to that organization. This allows employees to have access to the most recent information at their fingertips and streamlines their workflow processes.
  • A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Directory for a construction client. Both construction and manufacturing clients are required by law to maintain stringent safety protocols and keep records of how they are in compliance. One of our clients tracked safety compliance using large paper binders for each job site. We worked with this client to create a webapp that is searchable, easy to maintain and eliminates extensive paper records.
  • A Trucking Billing app that tracks hours and mileage on our client’s fleet of trucks. The app allows our client to run a variety of reports including billing, mandatory down time, and overtime.
  • An Employee Review portal for a radio network. We worked with a national radio network to build a webapp to streamline the employee review process with their distributed team of over 2,500 employees.

For YOUR business or organization

Get started on your own native app today and explore the possibilities open to your business or organization. By taking advantage of optimized usability, native-only features, and rapidly growing market streams, you will be able to leave a strong impression on your new fans and followers.

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