Delivering your product or service to customers around the clock requires a seamless, cross-platform mobile strategy, which we can provide
MOBILE FIRST MINDSET
With the growing number of people accessing the Internet via smartphones and tablets, mobile app development offers our clients the unique ability to access a large number of potential consumers.
Mobile versions should no longer be an afterthought, applications need multiple interfaces requiring organisations to move towards a ‘mobile first’ strategy.
Our clients build mobile strategies in order to:
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Encourage Customer Loyalty
Improve speed of responsiveness by use of mobile app
Offer Clients Multiple Ways of Consumption
We help to grow your business accessing via mobile app
Promote Brand and Increase Visibility
Inform, persuade, convince, and influence the decision making process of your buyers
Increase Accessibility and Reach
Many potential consumers use smart technology on a daily basis all around the world
Increase Sales and Conversion
Mobile app will help to improve your sales considerably
Increate Revenue and Profitability
More customers — more profits
Who’s who in a mobile team?
It should be part of the job to bring new technologies to the table when the team think it could help improve an app – different languages, platforms and tools help teams think differently and encourage pushing the boundaries.
Check the the structure of Godel teams for building Mobile Apps with clients that are perpetually aligned with their end user requirements.
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Agile management from the very start till the very end
Business Analysts / Product Owners
Building a structured backlog for clarity, development speed and success
Design, architecture, development of the app
No manual / AQA engineers
When unit / UI tests can be done by developers, as part of an automated process
With manual QA engineers
When unit / UI testing alone cannot cover all the potential scenarios
With A-QA engineers
When there's a need for velocity in mobile app delivery, test automation can be good
Both manual and A-QA engineers
Sometimes, the best of both worlds is the right approach
Preparation of information architecture, navigation and overall design of the app
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Mobile Engineers in the Division
Different technology industries we are experienced in
Mobile Engineers take part in division functions
LEVERAGING OUR EXPERIENCE
Mobile development has naturally become an integral piece of the puzzle in application delivery undertaken by our teams at Godel.
Our teams continue to deliver accessible, native, hybrid and cross platform mobile solutions as well as aid our clients in security, usability and UI/UX.
Visit our technology pages to get a detailed understanding our of software development skills. If there is something specific you are looking for that we haven’t mentioned, please do contact us and ask. Given the pace of change in our industry, it’s an impossible task to keep this pages up to date!
Head of Mobile Division
"Our division is made up of both native and cross-platform mobile developers, with skills across Android, iOS platforms. From a technical perspective, it’s great to be able to provide skills across different stacks – we can align with the different tech approaches for each client which business is used to."
With over 20 years’ experience in the fresh food sector, Muddy Boots have developed a suite of software solutions that allows data to pass up and down supply chains from farm to retailer, providing insight that enables their customers to instantly view, manage and report on the quality, traceability, and compliance of their products and suppliers.
In The Style
In the 19th-century, Manchester earned the nickname of ‘Cottonopolis’ as it became the centre of the global cotton trade.
Digital innovation, social influencers and changes in consumer spending have significantly impacted the fashion industry. Manchester once again has established itself as a centre of textiles, as it has quickly become a hub of fast fashion businesses.
According to a recent report by the analysts Retail Economics for the law firm Womble Bond Dickinson, the internet is expected to account for 53% of all retail sales in the next 10 years, up from around a fifth currently.
What our clients say
We Were Able to Get an Engineering Team With the Right Skills We Needed
"We looked at the option of offshoring and using an engineering arm of another business and we came across Godel. An advantage of this was that we were able to get an engineering team with the right skills we needed, at the speed we needed. I was doubtful how many other people could achieve that".
Jon Cleaver | Chief Technology Officer at In the Style