Do you remember those teenage years when our parents used to constantly hound us to clean our room, keep our belongings organized, and stop hoarding unnecessary clutter? We might not have understood the significance of staying organized back then but now most of us surely understand how staying orderly and systematic can boost our productivity and save so much effort in the long run! …I mean just try to look for your car keys somewhere on your messy couch when you’re already getting late for work. (Yikes!)
From installing CCTV cameras in every nook and corner of the office to having phones tapped, employee monitoring and tracking has always been a key component of managing an organization as employees are the backbone of every business, and the employee productivity plays the protagonist in the business’ success. But, with increasing employee strength and "work from home" culture gaining popularity worldwide, it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep an eye on every employee and ensure that they don't slack off during working hours - all of these tracking without coming off sneaky!
Are you wondering..Where to find a web developer? What to do to find a software developer? How to find a web developer? While it may seem like developers are all over the internet - just a search away, The truth is, to effectively find a developer is only as easy as following an at-office work schedule during WFH - the challenges are many! So before starting the guide let’s answer a question first - “What happens if I go about finding developers in an impulsive manner?” Your extraordinary idea of a software application may end up being somewhat ‘ordinary’.
We’re all aware of the ecommerce ordering system, right? The more or less same steps we follow.. The “open website - cart the products - hit on the ‘Buy Now’ ” trail.. And then get the product delivered to our doorstep! That oh-so-convenient shopping story.
“Mom! I want those blue belt running shoes, but they're not available anywhere." It was 1999, and a young man longed for a certain pair of shoes. He headed to the local mall, but he couldn't find the pair. Disappointed, he came up with the concept of selling shoes online, and that's how it all began. Instead of performing significant market research, he built a website. Then he visited a shoe store, took pictures of the shoes, and uploaded them to his website. When he received the order, he went to the store and purchased the shoes, then shipped them off.
Ever tried driving a car without any fuel? That’s exactly what it is like - to run a business without customers! So, in order to ensure your business reaches the pinnacle of success, attaining the exposure it deserves, you need to think of advanced ways to acquire & retain customers. A CRM software can act like a one-stop solution by forming the backbone of your customer handling plan. CRM, the popular abbreviation of customer relationship management, basically assists you in ways you’ve always wanted to..
Whatsapp & Meesho. Airbnb & PhonePe Uber & Spotify. Looking like 3 poles-apart pairs of companies put together for no reason? Any link you can think of between each pair? (Quick Clue : Think of how they ‘start’ed ! ) Bang on, mate - you guessed it right! Each one of them were a ‘startup’ once-upon-a-time and now, are unicorns!
Geolocation is probably the most contextually effective signal that any business can use in their App to make the promotion and delivery of their services very very effective. The huge business success of location based apps like Uber, Swiggy, Pokemon Go etc. affirms the fact. So, if you are contemplating to develop one such location based apps, then this article is for you. Happy reading!
To begin with a start-up venture is no less than an adventure and there are thousands of challenges to deal with at multiple levels. Right from finding the target audience, analyzing the customer demographics, and coming up with the right solution at the right time, to taking care of pre-launch marketing and handling the sales tactfully – there are thousands of aspects to be managed.
According to a report by The Standish Group, 31.1% of projects are canceled before they’re completed and 52.7% of projects overrun budget by nearly twice as much as originally budgeted. These simple statistics around software development problems are good enough to scare people away from their dream custom software development project. But smart companies (like you!) hold on, do their research, bypass the issues and reap the sweet benefits anyway