Web Application Development helps businesses improve their operations and reach their customers. Web applications are just as valuable as in-house applications. We’ve written several articles about the benefits of mobile apps and how to create them. We would like to highlight the importance of web applications in growing your business.
Human interaction has become minimum after the pandemic. It is the best time to engage your customers through web application development. This way, you will be able to take customer feedback in real-time.
Web Application Development, mobile apps, and regular websites are all based on the same principles. Content and code are transmitted from the server to the device’s screen, where they are translated into meaningful information and valuable functions. Mobile and web app development is different from a regular website, and it provides an interactive and more personal experience.
Advantages of Web Application Development
Web applications development has many advantages, including.
- They don’t need to be installed on the hard drive, so they are not limited by lack of space.
- They require less organizational support and maintenance and do not require technical expertise on the user’s computer.
- Web applications enable cost savings for both end-users and companies.
- They are always updates that are applied centrally.
- Compatibility issues are eliminated because all users have access to the same version.
- You can access your web application from anywhere with a web browser.
- Web applications can run on multiple platforms, regardless of operating system or device, as long as the browser supports it.
- Web applications relieve developers from developing clients that are compatible with a particular type of computer or operating system.
- Subscription-based web applications reduce software piracy.
Why is it Important to us to Stay in Touch with Our Customers?
As we compete for market share with other companies, we cannot afford to lose the opportunity to improve our competitive position. If you produce something more complex than paper envelopes, your customers are more likely to have problems.
For example, if you are a supplier, there is the risk of returns and delivery delays, the risk of legislative changes (primarily if you operate globally), and many others. While the best ideas are expressed in products, there are of course some people who offer almost the same service.
Therefore, if you let your customers solve their problems alone, they may flow to your competitors out of frustration. This change in direction is especially damaging to small and medium-sized businesses and start-ups, where every customer counts.
Interact with Customers during Web Application Development
Requirements Gathering Becomes Easy
We primarily communicate with the team and developers about the client’s vision, expectations, and project characteristics during this phase. All user requirements are summarized into user stories. This makes it easier to understand and retain business value throughout the web application development process. Once all the requirements are gathered, the team moves on to the next stage to create a functional prototype.
Iteration Conduction Becomes Efficient
All necessary materials are gathered at this stage, and the problem to be solved is clearly defined. At this stage, ideas are brought to life. First, everything is planned and agreed upon with the client again. After an agreement is reached, the developer implements all the functions described in the plan. The customer must evaluate the product and suggest modifications for implementation in the next iteration. This process is time-consuming as it also requires extensive testing. Again, this would not be possible without the involvement of the client. Everyone needs to ensure that the client gets software with all the features he originally asked for.
Product Delivery on Time
Once all QA (Quality Assurance) testing, internal and external training, and documentation are complete, the project is ready for release. Software products can also undergo multiple revisions before the final version is released.
Many web application development also requires fewer resources to run because they retrieve and display up-to-date information asynchronously. Web apps also use several techniques and tools to increase user engagement, such as one-touch access from the device screen and push notifications that can notify users of new content and actions, even when the app is closed.