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Mobile has become the primary platform for any industry to venture into. Mobile application is the driving force in the current economic landscape, everything from games, productivity apps enterprise solutions, and utility tools are all now available on the mobile platform, and it’s just the beginning. But why is it that we all have to go mobile? As a business executive, you have realized that to get to the customer fast, you have to come up with applications that run on smartphones to raise your revenues progressively. This trend of mobile app development exerts more pressure on small businesses to leverage their growth through mobile application development.
Once a technological shift starts, it is hard to change it. When you look at the applications that are being developed in business, everything is being centered on mobile apps. Business executives are forced to change their strategies from the traditional ways to incorporate mobile solutions for all their services. These changes and variations that are implemented in business can increase the returns of business once they are deployed well.
The number of apps that have been developed since 2008 when Android and iOS began range to millions. Even though apps have been churned out in numbers, there has been a change in how mobile app development works, and how apps are packaged. Native apps are difficult to use, and they usually feel bloated. ‘Micro apps’ is the new way that is on the rise. Micro apps ideally have a single purpose, a simple user interface; they are HTML based, they load dynamically bypassing app stores, and they load into communication tools like slack and FB Messenger.
To achieve immediate results, a microservice is used as the central unit that integrates multiple systems, solving any kind of problems. An MS counters the prolonged endeavors that are seen in interoperability between applications. Some companies like GE implemented SOA, but other companies have failed to implement it. Microservices are self-contained, atomic services that work on a single operation. MA’s have become a trend in the current business landscape because they are easy to use, they can propagate like mushrooms, and they can call several external and internal microservices.
Human to machine interaction is the domain for microflows. Tools used in business process management help organizations to implement automation of business processes in a top-down approach. These systems are expensive, and they take a lot of time to deploy. When microflows come to the picture, they are easy to use, flexible to work with and they are convenient enough especially when it comes to integrating contributors to a macro workflow.
When using MF’s, you don’t have to use complex legacy systems to solve a business issue. The current generation z are shocked at the number of complicated systems that are used by global companies. You should think like millennials who opt for of more natural ways of delivering results in business processes. For instance, managers can work better with microflows when it comes to approvals, instead of logging into a system. Microflows make business executives interact easily with several systems using a single interface.
This is not the time to find the perfect name for your mobile app or spending more time coming up with promotion strategies because the new development is ready to go live and deliver results. Gone are the days when mobile app developers are stuck to the old mobile application development trends. The combination of microflows, micro apps, and micro-services builds on each other to come up with a new generation of apps that both company executives and mobile app developers can use.