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Implementation Cost of a Mobile Business Solution

Updated on February 19, 2018
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Rahma loves traveling, technology & food. Being a millennial herself, she loves to write about the challenges faced by millennials every day

Implementation of mobile business applications can be an expensive task. However, there are different parameters of a program which enables to determine the implementation cost of a program.

1. Complexity:

The main driver of a program are the features and services it offers to users. A program with advanced features and high-end services will result in increasing the complexity of implementing the program, therefore the final cost of the program will also be increased. However, it is important to note that a program with more high-end features and easy to use GUI (Graphical User Interface) offers a more convincing experience to the user.

2. Platform:

The platform on which a program is designed is one of the main factors which affect the price of the program. Android, iOS, JAVA etc., are the platform on which a program is developed. Different programming platforms have their own development tools and utilities, which are used in accordance with the features which the program will offer. By using more utilities and tools, the overall implementation cost of the program is affected.

3. Program Design :

The GUI (Graphical User Interface) is the first thing through which a user interacts with the program. The development of how the user interface will look like along with what buttons and features will be shown on the screen and its accessibility options for the user altogether helps in determining the user experience with a particular program.

4. Framework:

The Framework development cost is one of the biggest expenses involved in the making of any program. The main parameters which combine together in order to make the program framework typically includes; App Framework, Server Programming, API Programming and Custom Add-Ons.These frameworks are added in the program development on the basis of the outputs required to be achieved from a particular program.

The Result???

Mobility at the enterprise level is oiling the wheel of businesses. With instant connectivity, productivity and flexibility offered to employees, customers and other stakeholders of a business due to mobility has resulted in increased satisfaction from the stakeholders as well as significant growth in the revenues of businesses.

The entire implementation of a mobile business solution in a company depends on defined constraints and current infrastructure of the company, which altogether impact and determine the cost factor of the process. End-to-end solutions and services for employees and customers guarantee the increased satisfaction and makes the company more adaptive, flexible and innovative in all areas of its business.

© 2018 Rahma Khan

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