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Cloud-Based Mobile Apps are the Future
The Future of Mobile
What Is a Cloud-based Mobile App?
Think: all the made-for-mobile functionality that comes with a native mobile app, but without the cumbersome app store download process. Cloud-based mobile apps allow for highly-personalized experiences that contain only what the customer needs in that exact moment in time, eliminating the information-overload that comes with mobile-friendly websites and native mobile apps.
Benefits of Using the Lumavate Platform to Design and Deploy Cloud-based Mobile Apps
Brands who have switched to cloud-based mobile apps are seeing results like increased engagement and adoption, making them the perfect channel to connect to customers while boosting your bottom line. Here's some of the benefits of using the Lumavate platform to design and deploy your cloud-based mobile apps:
Every aspect is designed specifically for mobile, ensuring a mobile experience with both form and function.
Progressive Web Apps
They use Google’s Progressive Web App guidelines to create user experiences that are both engaging and lighting fast.
This is as accessible as mobile gets, with one-touch methods like NFC, QR Codes, and text launching the experience.
Mobile experiences personalized for exactly what your customers need, when they need it
“Mobile will ultimately be the way you provision most of your services. The way I like to put it is, the answer should always be mobile first.”
– Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Alphabet, Inc.
“By 2020, progressive web apps will have replaced 50% of general-purpose, consumer-facing mobile apps.”
– Jason Wong, Gartner
“Not all customers undertake the same journey in purchasing a product, experiencing a service, or performing a transaction. Their paths vary, based on personal preferences, available channels, and the way processes are organized.”
– McKinsey & Company
“Customers increasingly expect consistent, personalized experiences–and their loyalty is on the line.”
– Salesforce State of Marketing, 2017