Mobile App Strategy
As Strong “pillars” are required to frame and support the building; the same way mobile app strategy decides the sustainability of an application, if implemented in right ways. In order to achieve that, a holistic strategy should be in place to ensure the presence of mobile technology is consistent, and that it is causing positive disruption to workflows. To launch any new application Emilence hence takes vision, focus, determination, persistence and a ton of perspiration.
SELECT THE RIGHT MOBILE ENVIRONMENT THAT HAS:
Define Your Objectives
We use the following checklist and see our business model in full light.
- Use proper granularity
- Make clear connections
- Use precise language
- Add visual imagery
- Apply Color Coding
- Define Present vs Future States
- Acknowledge assumptions
Take advantage of the Multi-Screen/Multi- Device Opportunity
An app must be available for all devices & it must delight end users.
- Go beyond simply mobilizing desktop productivity processes.
- Provide options for enterprise & consumer end-users.
- Offer scalable, fully transparent pricing for organizations of any size.
Sending out timely alerts and notifications
Focus on your customer’s journey to understand where mobile can become a useful tool for your customers as they interact with your company. Your mobile app must have more value than a website as it makes the customer believe that they can interact with your company, in a way that ensures their lives are better served by having your mobile application on their phone than going to your website.
INTEGRATE IDEA AND BUSINESS PROCESSES
How many times have you been in a meeting and someone says to you, “That’s a great idea, you should take the initiative and make it a reality”. What typically happens? Most of the time-nothing.
Converting an idea into a reality is never an easy task. In fact, it is extremely difficult. Whether you are an entrepreneur or corporate executive, “giving ideas life” is much like giving birth to a child.
The same thing holds true in the workplace – the workplace is not innovative enough, because we are trained and wired only to execute on what we are told to do.
BUILDING POWER TEAM via MOTIVATION
Only a good speaker can hold & direct people, start thinking in a different way. So, a good strategy for communicating to your people or to deliver them your message in a more effective manner is to oraganize a session.
“Wow, I learned a lot about X,” or, “Great! now I can do Y”, what most people come out thinking when any technical session runs well. As a result, it also increase organization morale somewhere.
GATHER BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
When all the current cost cutting is over and business models begin to make sense again, one thing will differentiate winning companies from also-rans: their ability to innovate. Some, like those outlined below, are a bit more refined:
Sharpen the focus
Number your ideas
Build and jump
Write playful rules