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The latest survey of Gartner says that the enterprises get frustrated while they are developing enterprise mobile apps. Rather than getting the job done, they tend to deviate their attention towards responsive websites so that they address the mobile needs. There should be ease of access as far as enterprise mobile apps are concerned. The three factors that are most important while considering it are captive audience, great developers, and your employees. Here are some of the necessary aspects for building the enterprise mobile apps “The right way”.
Things to avoid while building enterprise mobile apps
1. Undefined Scope
Many times, the scope and the demands for mobile apps are based on the limited knowledge and opinions. Despite the fact they spend both money and time for the creation of enterprise mobile apps, they are unfamiliar with what the people really need or want. Hence this is the aspect that leads to failure of app or being scrapped altogether. In order to make things right, it is important to be clear what you are providing to your clients. The first step is to define a problem that needs to be solved. Will it be for vendors, employees, customers, or everyone. When you collect the insight of the people, you will get a better idea how your product should improve.
2. End User Involvement not found
Without even taking the user into account almost 60% apps are used for work purposes and are developed in isolation. Hence, they are not familiar what a user is experiencing while using the enterprise mobile apps. Instead of being reluctant to use the app on regular occasion and considering themselves all the times, it is important for them to take user feedback into account. This is for their own benefit and for the success of the product that they brought forward in the public.
3. Technology is Obsolete
Lack of robust backend integration with public APIs and backend resources, poor UX, and obsolete technology are another reason why people don’t think of having the app as a matter of their choice. The solution to the problem is simple and that is to understand what a user wants and work according to it.
4. Bad UX
In order for an enterprise mobile app to succeed, it is important to improve user experience. This is where people are forced to shun the product altogether if it not considered as the most important aspect. Some of the aspects that worry user the most is finite battery life, small screens, imprecise touch input, limited processing power, and many others. It is not easy for a user to shift to mobile from a desktop app.