The software sector involves companies with people who create, maintain, and deploy software for various business models. The software application reduces the workload and automates the processes for any business.
According to IBEF, India's IT industry contributed around 7.7% to its GDP and is expected to contribute 10% to India's GDP by 2025.
The IT industry accounted for 8% of India's GDP in 2020. According to STPI (Software Technology Park of India), IT companies' software exports stood at Rs. 1.20 lakh crore (US$ 16.29 billion) in the first quarter of FY22.
Mobile apps are quickly becoming a necessity for both small and large enterprises. According to industry studies, 40% of consumers shift to a mobile presence competitor.
The following are businesses' critical challenges while developing and designing mobile apps. It is costly and time-consuming because everything needs to be built from scratch. A business cannot afford its customized app because of device compatibility and constant app development in response to market and technological change.
After conducting market research and collecting all the valuable information, our team analyzed the core problem, and the assessment team concluded a solution to develop a custom web-based cross-platform compatibility application to make the product more feature-rich and cost-effective.
Cross-platform applications helped their business expand without a technological barrier and made it easy for them to adapt to changes in customer behavior and market conditions.
The concept of cross-platform application has become a new market trend. It enables businesses to build the app once and use it across multiple platforms. This concept helped their business to grow 2X, and the business experienced a better ROI than would be possible with native apps.
Here are some of the benefits that helped the business solve market problems.