Take your business to the next level with a custom mobile app


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As a business owner, you wouldn’t dream of ignoring a paying customer who walked into your store. But if you don’t have a mobile app, you’re missing out on tens, hundreds, even thousands of potential sales that could happen anytime without you lifting a finger.

People love their phones. More than 295 million people use smartphones in the United States, and according to Statista, your customers spend more than 4.4 hours on them every day. Emarketer reported that they spend 88% of that time researching information, chatting with others and making purchases.

Emarketer also published a study which revealed that total purchases via smartphones will reach a staggering $432.24 billion in 2022. Statista predicts that in-app purchase revenue for Apple and Google will reach a combined $270 billion. 2025.

If you’re hoping to pull in some of that revenue, your business needs its own app, but you’ll probably need a little help getting there. Appsbee is a local Utah company that helps small businesses and entrepreneurs build apps and chatbots for their businesses.

Here are a few reasons why you’ll want to give them a call and start using your app today.

How to grow your business with an app

One of the best ways to increase sales is to make it easy for people to find you through the App Store. Think about it: while shoppers can leave stores and websites at their leisure, a mobile app ensures that your business always stays with them. Not only are they free to interact with your business at any time, but you can also interact with them through alerts and push notifications. Informing them of special offers, promotions, and company news is a surefire way to help your brand stand out from the competition.

It’s also a good idea to enable self-service options since Nuance Enterprise reports that 67% of customers would rather figure things out on their own than speak with a representative. (This may include the ability to update their personal information, submit service requests, and upload documents.)

Take your business to the next level with a custom mobile app
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A chatbot can change the face of your business

Don’t forget to include a chatbot! Chatbots are like digital workers who are always on call, except you don’t have to worry about paying them overtime. (Bonus!) They make it easy for customers to get the service they need anytime, day or night, and they collect valuable information, which generates leads. Customers love them too. A Userlike survey found that 68% of customers love chatbots because they provide quick responses.

Medical companies use chatbots to interact with patients. The media uses chatbots to help readers navigate daily headlines. Restaurants are using chatbots to streamline their takeout and delivery services. When it comes to these virtual assistants, virtually anyone can benefit from them, including your business.

How much does it cost to create an app?

The cost of building an app depends on a few factors, such as development time and the technology/features you need. But you don’t have to pay the whole bill all at once; Appsbee offers payment plans to make things easier. Contact them for a free quote.

How long does it take to create an app?

Again, it depends on the app, but it normally takes two to four months to release the first version on the App Store.

Who owns the app?

You do! You own the application, codebase, design materials, servers, and everything included during development.

Turn your ideas into reality

If you’ve been thinking about an app idea for months, Appsbee has experienced, certified developers who can turn your dreams into reality. No matter where you are in Utah, they will meet with you in person to develop your idea through their well-defined and proven approach. You’ll have a dedicated project manager to guide you every step of the way, and ongoing support once you land in the App Store.

Bring your app vision to life by contacting Appsbee today!

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