Well, development company brought IT into the frame but this dint worked out either. Internal IT is also on the drowning stage when it comes to enterprise app development. From a study of all those big business tycoons who have invested in the mobile app, 65% of them said they were not quite happy with the output of the IT and also the user experience that they entailed was not much appreciating. The majority of the users believe that developing an app inhouse is not something recommendable. The basic roadblocks in the way of satisfactory development are low budget, lack of professional and expert staff and loose security ends.
Well, yes, this is the dark side of the trending enterprise apps, upsetting but totally true. Let’s explore some of the major challenges coming their way apart from being treated as low supremacy project and allotting low budget and lesser time.
Of the loopholes hindering the development of enterprise app is security. How can you let loose the element that deserved top-notch importance? Based on red hat survey, it is estimated that 45% of the respondents considered security as one of the major roadblocks in the development process. Special expertise is needed integrating high security in the enterprise app which also has some special challenges to tackle along the way. One of the actions to be taken to exercise security control is that organizations should implement the policy of issuing their own devices and prohibit bring your own device culture. The company can keep a track on which employees have access to the devices and what use they do with it. This can tighten the security ends. Say, for example, maximizing use of whitelisted apps, native apps disabled, wiping functionality and integrating remote device locking. Some other activities to tighten security measures are encryption, strong authentication measures, and certificate underpinning.
2) Platform decisions
Dissatisfaction in the end result of the enterprise app can be due to wrong platform choosing. Whenever you are intending to come up with an enterprise app, the native app is always the platform you should choose as a developer. With the native app, you won’t have to give up on design elements. If you still want to pursue cross platform then tools like Xamarin is advisable. Enterprise app demands uniformity in UX, development cost in the budget along with no compromise in the customer brand relationship. When it's about enterprise, fabulous functioning is a priority as compared to the visual beauty and hence, cross platform is a better platform to go for.
3) Business aptness and user acceptance
The intent of app should be to assist the organization and its users along with. Agenda should be to improve the business with enhancing the process of how user adopts it. The internal team should be adequately informed about the app and its functioning. Outnumbered projects fail on the lack of adequate internal communication between the app development agency, team hiring them and the team liable for making it ready to use. The predefined strategy should be incorporated beforehand who is assigned which work to be completed in what time with whose help.