I have 13 years of coding and development experience and 5+ years specifically in coding mobile applications.
The biggest challenge is managing so many types of variations of devices and write your app in a way it works fine on all. Huge variation in other factors like not everyone has the same fast internet connectivity adds other challenges to provide an amazing experience on all kind of devices in all kind of situations.
Moblize.IT LLC is a leading IT company serving B2B and B2C customers for chatbot development, responsive UIs for enterprise apps and developing hybrid mobile applications for Android and iOS. Our enterprise consulting offers integration solutions for leading enterprise SAAS providers such as Oracle, Salesforce, ServiceNow & Workday.
I love apps like WhatsApp as this is the single most app used by all my family and friends to stay connected.
Instagram: I love it to share my photography which I do in my spare time as a hobby.
We have been working on this from last 8 months.
We found that a lot of users goes to conferences and meet people in different places and one common thing they do is exchanging business cards. Once that is done less than 2% only really gets stored for the purpose of being able to use in the future. Doing a manual data entry is such a pain that almost no one does it. This then basically defeats the purpose of sharing business cards. Another important aspect was to avoid wastage of paper by encouraging people to take a picture and store the business card rather keep the physical card and then at some point trashing it.
I found 100s of apps in the market doing exactly what I wanted to do. And for a long time, I was sure that this is not a good idea to really do the same thing. But every single time I tried to use those apps they all were faulty in one way or other. Some had horrible user experience and others had poor data quality conversion. A lot of them failed miserably in extracting email or phone number correctly. If that info is wrong then there is just no point of using the app at all. Another big thing that I found missing was the inability to properly sync with CRM systems like Oracle Sales and Service Cloud, Salesforce, etc. Some had partial support and others had it buggy. We saw it a really big pain point among enterprise customers and decided to solve it.
We have a lot on the plate in terms of upcoming features. We are building a lot of features for our non-enterprise and enterprise customers and users. We things are like even smarter and faster conversion of a business card to the contact info. Ability to sync with more CRMs like Microsoft Dynamics. Ability to share the business cards from phone to phone, ability to do bulk editing and management of business cards. Ability to do the lead qualification right in the app which is a big ask by our enterprise users.
We would love and appreciate you trying our app at http://scanbuddy.app and let us know if you have some other features in mind or something we can do to improve your experience with this app. This app has been designed and developed by Moblize.IT LLC so please reach us out if you have any kind of mobile or web application development requirements
About App: Pro Business card scanner is a simple-to-use and a very powerful app to scan and upload business cards to CRM with 100% accuracy. The cards use a combination of machine learning and human supervision to ensure accurate data entry. The app supports uploading the business cards using device camera or selecting the picture from the gallery. Missing details can be updated from the app to the CRM.
Date: May 11, 2019
Developer: Moblize it
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