Abhishek Rungta is the founder of Indus Net Technologies. This top mobile app development company was founded in 1997 in Kolkata, India. It has more than 750 IT professionals and mobile app developers.
Here’s what Abhishek Rungta has to say about his mobile app development company Indus Net Technologies and the mobile app development world:
The Mobile World Congress 2017 has prompted AppFutura to release an annual report on mobile app development with keys to create a mobile app with the collaboration of development companies worldwide. Main conclusions show that apps will have to be more dynamic and adapt to the increasing number of devices and technologies available, still far from the mobile market full potential.
There is an idea that mobile app developers, publishers and coders are an introverted bunch. Cooped up in their fortress of solitude relentlessly pounding away at the keyboard while simultaneously giving birth to their new app idea. While this may sound too stereotypical, there is a pang of truth embedded within it. Mobile app developers, especially when in the midst of bringing an idea to life, may put on blinders and adopt a sort of tunnel vision. Their focus will be solely on their work and little else, and this is where the trouble lies. Because, while it is important for them to transform ideas to code and to a functional app, so too are the interactions that they can have in real life.
The internet has brought the whole world to people’s fingertips and has allowed individuals to communicate with each other over vast distances in real time. However, it also tends to keep people from seeing each other face-to-face, and this is especially true in the app development world. This notion is heightened due to the tendency of mobile app developers to communicate with their staff, other developers and even their clients through email, messaging services (text) and on rare occasions through video conferencing. If left unchecked this could develop into a problem where the developer loses touch with their clients, the market and the outside world in general. That is why mobile app developer-focused events are a necessity in this day and age.
We are all familiar with the idea of seasonal cleaning. Taking a day or a whole weekend to finally do away with all the clutter and junk that has built up over the course of months of neglect. The work is often tedious. Methodically sorting out and eliminating things that only serve to weigh everything down or get in the way, takes time and resources. However, the payoff is definitely worth it.
Mobile OS companies, Apple and Google, have definitely caught onto this idea and ran with it. The two tech giants have definitively cornered the market when it comes to the distribution of mobile apps. No other company out there has more apps in their stores nor has the downloads that these companies boast. Mobile app developers know this as well and they have flocked to these platforms to hawk their apps to Apple and Google customers.
Georg Tubalev is the General Manager of Exaud. This top mobile app development company was founded in 2012 by himself. The company is located in Paredes, Greater Porto, Portugal. The mobile app development company employs 12 mobile app developers and IT professionals.
Exaud is an established software solutions and services provider, specialized in the design and development of mobile and embedded software for various industries, especially automotive, having also strong expertise in software development for Wearables and IoT. Since its foundation in 2012, Exaud has been delivering innovative software solutions to startups, medium-sized companies as well as larger enterprises across several industries, such as automotive, educational, entertainment and digital electronics among others.
If there is one thing mobile app users hate, truly hate, it is the moment when the app that they enjoying or depending on, suddenly and mysteriously dies on them. Receiving a message stating “Unfortunately this app has stopped working” is one of the most infuriating messages a mobile app user can receive. There are several dozen reasons why an app would crash but for the user none of them are relevant, all that is going through their minds is that the app or the phone, or both have let them down when they needed it the most. Sadness, annoyance, anger and betrayal are common emotions that rise within a user when they experience such a crash.
While the user is forced to wait for a system or a mobile app restart everyone else is playing the blame game. Mobile app development companies point the finger at the OS and device manufacturers, and vice versa. Fans of Apple are quick to point out that the Android OS suffers a lot of crashes even though a recent study showed that 62% of iPhones and iPads have been experiencing failures worldwide. For contrast, only 47% of Android devices suffer a similar fate. Fans of Android will try to retaliate and point the finger at iOS, but the truth of the matter is that Google’s own app distribution center, Google Play Services, crashes 10% of the time.
Prateek Saxena is the Managing Director of AppInventiv. This top mobile app development company was founded in 2015 by himself, Sudeep Srivastava, Peeyush Singh and Dileep Gupta. The company is located in Noida, India. The mobile app development company employs more than 150 mobile app developers and IT professionals.
Prateek Saxena is a visionary technologist and a passionate IT professional. His pursuit of passion lies in establishing long-term relationships with clients and additionally helping them achieve their business objectives through implementation of result-oriented mobility solutions.
The Managing Director of AppInventiv had previously worked for some of the world’s largest IT companies where he worked very closely with large enterprises to understand their mobility needs and provide technical solution.
Ashish Mahajan is the Chief Marketing Officer of Systematix Infotech. This top mobile app development company was founded in 2005 by Sunil Rawat. The company is located in Indore, India. The mobile app development company employs more than 210 mobile app developers and IT professionals.
Ashish is a strategy practitioner who has leveraged his skills in Sales Management, Business Development, Marketing, Consumer Insights, Business Analytics, Product Management, Financial Management and Technology to consistently deliver top line value to Fortune companies, high-growth start-ups, proprietor-owned businesses, social enterprises, non-profits and premier business associations.
His 15 years of Partner strategy and Solution development experience with concerted Business Development efforts converted new business opportunities to positively impact top line growth. Ashish is an avowed lifelong learner, with proven learning agility, an excellent narrator of stories with the capacity for critical self-analysis. He is a business leader, who has delivered results in uncertain and often ambiguous business environments and dared to predict the future. Here’s what Ashish Mahajan has to say about his mobile app development company Systematix Infotech and the mobile world:
Ask any parent and one of the most memorable times in raising a child is when they say their first word. It is at this point where parents can start the long process of developing conversations with their child. This quickly evolves to the child developing a concept and learning of a language, with the ability to interact not only with their parents, but with other people around them. This learned skill as well as others like hand-eye coordination, social skills and reading are essential to a kids growth. But there is a new movement which is introducing a new skill to developing minds: mobile app development and coding.
That’s right, there are those who want to introduce computer and software programming to children starting as young as three. Some say this is preposterous, how can kids be expected to learn concepts that most adults today can’t comprehend? Don’t you need to know math, computers and have a degree to code? Don’t you need to spend hours and hours in front of a monitor to code a game or a tool or to develop a mobile app? As it turns out, no. Proponents of this movement are approaching the idea of introducing coding and development to a child much like they introduce any other skill, like say the alphabet, counting or colors.