Najah also create a platform that enables everybody to do their business domestically or international.
If you don’t have the slightest of idea of what our company do , spare a bit of time to know a thing or two about us!
Whether it’s a bespoke B2B e-commerce site or an online brochure to promote your business, our suite of web design services will bring maximum return on investment with minimum hassle for your business.
Building successful apps! We wake up in the morning to create apps that people will use, apps that make money, apps that top the charts.
We love stunning and creative – but it has to be effective and it has to be measurable. As a full service digital agency we provide a fully integrated offering – creative, technical and strategic.
– We Are Creative & Special Team competencies before integrated platforms.
– We are smart digital people speaking your language.
– We have a transparent project process with clear deliverable, which our clients love (read more on our web design process). We always try to be open, fair and honest and never blind you with technical jargon or meaningless buzzwords.
The most successful apps aren’t created because businesses had a channel to fill, but because there was an opportunity to optimize a process. If this your company’s first app, the key is not to overthink what it needs to do: Apps are best when they serve a single purpose. You don’t need an app does everything or has an eternal lifespan, but instead you must identify a short- or long-term purpose and determine how best to get there.
Check out these 3 example of business problems solved by apps:
The Problem: The company is growing fast and we need to keep employees connected.
Answer: A staff directory app with messaging.
The Problem: Email newsletters/blogs aren’t getting enough readership.
Answer: A topic-specific app that alerts users when there’s new content relevant to them.
The Problem: Customer complain that you could be more innovative.
Answer: A customer support app where they can access their information and get in touch with the company instantly.
If you have an app idea and know exactly what will keep people coming back, you’ve won half the battle. Build that app immediately. Consider this: A large business implemented an internal communications app with news, announcements and, secondarily, the company cafeteria’s menu for the day. It turns out that the menu was the feature that kept most of the people coming back. The company did the clever thing and adjusted the app to show snapshots of internal news at the bottom of the menu, which increased engagement.