Entering a market often means joining a group of companies that have been there for many years. Acquiring regular customers and gaining their trust is quite difficult. So if you're starting out, it's worth providing your customers with something special. Standing out with something at the start can be an added value that your target group will appreciate.
4 reasons why your project needs Discovery Phase
Digital projects face many challenges on the way to success. In each of them, it is essential to pay special attention to the Discovery Phase. This is an element that can influence the final result of the project and, what is the most important, will avoid many surprises during realisation. Here are 5 reasons why your project needs a Discovery Phase.
Railwaymen invites you to GITEX Technology Week 2021 in Dubai
GITEX Technology Week is a highly regarded international event that hosts the best technology companies in the world every year. This year's edition will take place 17-21 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre. We are extremely pleased that Railwaymen will again be among so many experts. It’s a great pleasure to be with the companies that have a significant impact on creating the latest solutions for the modern world.
5 steps to become a market leader Step 3: Stay one step ahead of the competition
The success of a business often depends on the chosen strategy. In order to achieve a leadership position, many companies decide on an innovative approach to set them out from the competition. In this section, you will learn why it is important to think outside the box and why an obsessive vision of the perfect product can delay your way to the top.
Mobile apps as a way to achieve competitive advantage
The aim of every company is to make a profit and stand out from the competition on the market. This is not an easy thing to do, as it may seem on the surface. So, more and more entrepreneurs decide to come up with solutions, which may turn out to be revolutionary. Thanks to this, they can increase interest on the part of potential customers. Such an innovation can be, for example, a mobile app.
5 steps to become a market leader Step 2: Stand out from the crowd
In the previous part of the journey to becoming a market leader, we encouraged you to find your target group. The next step will focus a little more on your business opportunity. This will allow you to determine what drives customers to do business with you and consider how to pique their interest in your company.
How a mobile app can become a game changer?
Modern technology gives us many business opportunities. It is increasingly difficult to find a person who does not have a smartphone with internet access. Moreover, users of mobile phones are spending more and more time online. Such observations do not go unnoticed by entrepreneurs, who try to use the mentioned facts in the business they manage. This article answers the frequently asked question - How can a mobile app become a game charger?
5 steps to become a market leader Step 1: Define your target group
For most entrepreneurs, achieving market leadership is the main goal of their business. Unfortunately, the top of the market is reserved only for the best. Therefore, every aspiring brand should strive to make progress day by day. Striving for first place is possible by developing a concrete plan and being consistent in its implementation. We've decided to put together a guide with 5 tips that can take your business to the next level and perhaps achieve market leadership. In the first part, we will look at defining your target group.
Everything You Need to Know about Ruby on Rails Development Service
Right now, the stable version of RoR is 126.96.36.199. There are about 4200 contributors on github.com, and Ruby programming language has over 165k dedicated libraries.
Validation of the app idea is crucial to run a successful project in the long term.
The price of app development is related to the region you will hire Ruby on Rails developers.
#2 Dev Myth Busters: Can software house do estimate in less than 24h?
Imagine the situation when you signed the contract and started the app development. After a few weeks, your PM announces that the crucial feature will require more coding work, so you'll have to spend more money on the project. Sounds terrible, isn’t it?