Since last March, we at Innofied have been seeing an influx of small business owners, mostly from the Fast Food Industries. They came to us mostly with a request to develop a mobile solution for their business. Some of them already had a website and now what they were looking for was a mobile app. Whereas others had no web presence but they wanted to get started with the mobile-first approach. Strange circumstances, isn’t it?
While we enquired about why they wanted a mobile app for their business, different business owners depicted different kinds of problems they have been facing. So in this article, I thought of figuring out which exact problems of a Fast Food Business can be resolved with the help of a mobile solution. Let’s hit the show!
With 2016 in full swing, cloud computing has long been established as a valuable business driver by reducing costs and increasing productivity. However, the hype surrounding the cloud has led to the rise of many prevailing myths surrounding the industry. CIO’s and CEO’s alike need to keep their decisions grounded in reality and not pay…
Sacramento is a growing hub of many large and small mobile app development companies and 100K+ mobile app developers. With app development, that has become imperative in 2016, a majority of the companies in and out of Sacramento have accepted that a mobile app strategy as the fastest way to grow in business.
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It would be too easy for RangeMe founder and CEO Nicky Jackson to define a retail “disrupter” as “leveraging technology to make this or that scalable or more efficient.”
The better answer, she says, is that retail disruption starts with understanding a problem and seeing where something small can make a big difference.
That’s exactly what Nicky did, and it’s what landed her company a spot as one of three finalists in the Shop.org Digital Commerce Startup of the Year competition.Originally, RangeMe was about connecting retailers and suppliers. A study showed that 93 percent of major retailers ranked product discovery as their top industry problem.
“We then discovered, through our work with retailers, that buyers spend a substantial amount of time managing new supplier requests. RangeMe broadened its offering to not only assist with a marketplace of close to 100,000 products for discovery, but also the management of inbound proposals.”...
What’s made taxi services become an instant hit in today’s world?
It’s none other than taxi apps.
Getting late for movies, stuck in a jam, constant taxi refusals, need to be on time for the conference, all gets solved with a few tap on the cab app in our mobile. The mobile app for cab has given a clear edge to businesses and has been helping the taxi services to give their best and uniqueness to excel over other. Uber, Lyft, Curb, Hailo, Gett and our home-grown Ola, Meru are the fastest growing taxi hiring businesses. They are offering a similar kind of service.
But how they manage to stand among many other similar applications?
In March this year, Pon Radhakrishnan, the Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways stated in the Lok Sabha that a web-based application system is being developed to monitor the progress of highway projects. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is al
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So let’s go back to my question: why do I keep blogging? Why are you blogging? Should you quit? Should I quit? Are there better ways to do marketing, gain traffic, and grow conversions?
Is blogging truly all it’s cracked up to be? More specifically, just how big of an impact does it have on SEO?
In this article, I’m going to do away with niceties, guesses, and “best practice” advice. Instead, I’m going to dish up the data so you can get the cold, hard facts on what happens if you decide to stop blogging.
The power of integrated communication and real-time analytics has brought the need to improve the standards of logistics management. To improve that, a logistics management app is imperative. It manages everything from freight vehicle maintenance to minimizing delivery errors. It’s also essential for you to get the most value out of your business operations.
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