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There’s never been a better time to open your own apps business. Technology is rapidly advancing, with new apps and software enabling us to do things that were previously impossible.
We buy, listen, and communicate through apps. Moreover, in the light of today’s current climate, businesses are restructuring the way they operate
to make more of an impact online. With organisations increasing use of engaging customers online through marketing and ease-of-use applications, these convergence trends will only escalate.
Arun Goyal, Managing Director
“Well, predicting what technology has for us in the future is more like just preparing yourself for the unseen. It has been surprising us with some of the best advancements in the past few years.
The increasing role of app development is one thing we are very affirmative about. Along with this, IoT is another technology that adds expectations. It would strengthen the market here. With the rise of enterprise mobility, we do expect technology would make it easier for professionals to communicate and synchronize various devices in a more secure and safer way.”
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Venkatesh C.R., CEO
“The surge in Coronavirus infections caused a large scale adoption of technology towards remote operations, leading to a surge in demand for apps, which has had a positive impact on the development of apps.
People in general, have increasingly started relying on apps to go about the business of life. Everything from grocery shopping, banking, entertainment, communication, and marketing is carried out with the help of downloads, the number of which has skyrocketed.”
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Anthony Main, Managing Director
“Peoples outlook on the traditional employment and a 9-5 job is changing. Individuals want more flexibility in their life and variety in their roles, therefore 2021 is expected to see a huge boom in gig-economy opportunities.
These are most likely to be supported through technology to facilitate the formalities and processes of the engagement. Whilst purists will continue to develop natively the majority of use cases can be perfectly supported using the ever improving cross-platform solutions. A more focus community will provide a much more engaged user base for all involved.”