Tech Startup Proposes Revolutionizing Business Apps for Consumer Experience

European startup, Mobile-First Company, is revolutionizing business apps for mobile, bridging the gap between consumer and work apps.

By Sunil Sonkar 2 Min Read
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Tech Startup Proposes Revolutionizing Business Apps to Mirror Consumer Experience

Do you feel that there is a difference between the apps you use for fun and those you use for work? Many find business apps hard to use compared to the user-friendly consumer apps. There’s good news now that a European startup is changing the game with a suite of business-to-business (B2B) apps, which is designed specifically for mobile devices. They are naming themselves as Mobile-First Company. Their mission is to make business apps easy.

You can download the app on your phone from the Mobile-First Company. It is believed to be a game-changer for B2B apps.

The startup is basically focusing on small and medium-sized businesses and they believe that these companies don’t need a one-size-fits-all solution. They are making simple and effective apps.

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The Mobile-First Company already has some exciting ideas in the works. They are developing apps for creating quotes, tracking expenses, managing inventory and some more similar ones. They also has plans to release six new apps by the end of the year.

Amoa will be their first app and is already making waves. It is a mobile inventory tracker that is perfect for businesses like garages or photographers as these establishments need to keep track of lots of items on the go. The app can also add items by scanning barcodes, update information on the fly and always know exactly what you have in stock.

The approach of Mobile-First Company is different as they are not afraid to take risks and simultaneously they are trying new things. If an app does not work out, they will learn from it and move on to the next idea. It is basically like the way mobile gaming companies operate. And, by now the company has already grabbed the attention of investors.

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