Enterprise customers have money, and most of them are stuck with legacy software that’s way too outdated. There’s just so much to innovate on, and not surprisingly, enterprise apps are growing to billion dollar valuations at an unprecedented rate.
Fast-growing business software companies are as hot as ever among investors too. The global economy and innovation are booming, interest rates are low, the mobile is taking over, so frankly, there’s never been a better time for building enterprise apps.
Many businesses are stuck with legacy software, and switching costs are a huge challenge to quick adoption. To overcome this challenge, you’ll need to build an app that’s ridiculously easy to use, as well as simple and cheap to integrate.
Today, businesses use tens or even hundreds of different apps, instead of one do-it-all software. For a business to adopt a new solution, it has to be easy to integrate with apps and platforms they already use.
For enterprise software startups, customer acquisition can be quite expensive. To build a viable business model, you need a high customer lifetime value. Building an app so good it’s hard to switch is the first step to getting a high LTV.
Building a successful enterprise app starts with a great understanding of your customer pain points.
Even before writing the first line of code, there needs to be a product strategy reflecting validation of a customer problem, a minimum required feature, and even the price points. All of that data has to be funneled into the product design, development, and even positioning and branding.
Development of an enterprise app can be quite costly as well as high risk if you end up building the wrong solution. Identifying, building and testing a minimum feature set will take a lot of that risk away. Ideally, you want to find a product/market fit before launching the final version.
A great idea is only part of the story. Building a great enterprise app starts with a thorough understanding of the market and customer needs. From finding a customer pain that’s monetizable, to fully fleshed-out wireframes of the right solution, our product managers will help you develop a product strategy that aligns perfectly with your business goals.
We will help you identify the minimum feature set and working hand-in-hand with real customers, to iterate towards the right product, with the right business model.
Instead of just building a solution based on whatever specs you give us, our focus is to help you minimize the risk of failure and take your idea from initial concept to a working app with users and a viable business model.
Building a disruptive technology starts with the right focus. We’ll help you define a minimum feature set, establish feasibility and lock down the product positioning.
Every idea is built on some educated guesses. We’ll help you develop a minimum feature set, designed to collect enough feedback from real customers, so that you don’t have to rely on guessing.
We believe in clean, simple, user-centric design that aligns with your business goals. Ultimately, a great design leads to higher users adoption – something that’s incredibly important in a market with long sales cycles.
We’ll provide you with a team of the most skilled strategists, developers and designers to build a solution according to the highest design and technology standards.
We have developed a series of workshops to help you prepare your company for a VC investment and take the right steps towards landing your first investment deal.
Once the official version hits the market, we’ll help you collect user data to improve the product, and can provide access to state-of-the-art growth marketing resources.
Their audacious vision is to help transform the most innovative and challenging ideas into reality, by becoming the leading technical co-founder for entrepreneurs.
Appster is the fastest growing App Development company. With offices in three continents, from San Francisco to Melbourne, we’re building the most innovative app technology company in the world. If you want to have a chat, get in touch!
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