As of 2022, there were over 5 million mobile apps available in both Android’s Google Play and Apple’s App Stores for the estimated 6.8 billion smartphone devices operating throughout the world. If this is where you need to be, or you simply need to power your team wherever they are, our mobile app development team has been building apps for years.
Once we understand what you’re trying to achieve, we can determine the best solution for you. Whether you need to leverage the power and hardware of the smartphone device itself with a native mobile app, or your needs can be accomplished with accessing some of the smartphone capabilities (i.e. GPS, camera, etc.) with a hybrid mobile app, our team has you covered. There have also been cases when we can simply approach your solution with a mobile-first web application that can save time and money and still reach your audience effectively.
The mobile app solution we create specifically for you will be rooted in strategy, design, data and experience. We invest the time we need to know your business, the project’s goals, architect the right solution, avoid any unnecessary costs, minimize risks, and maximize results. Let us wield our mobile software expertise to seize an opportunity, bring your idea to life or simply solve a problem.
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BBBSCI needed a solution that would combine powerful data with an actionable tool. The result? The Big App—an Indiana Innovation Award-winning, mobile platform that helps Bigs approach their mentoring time with greater intentionality.
Quillo’s goal was to target agencies who provide care to those with disabilities because research showed that when employees feel engaged, inspired, and educated, they are more likely to feel connected to their work and therefore less likely to leave. Quillo believed they had a solution and wanted to leverage technology to reach their audience in the field where they worked.
PayK12 came to us with an existing piece of software that needed to be refreshed in new technology and supported by more than a single developer working on it on the side.