How to Develop an On-Demand Fuel Delivery App

In this era of digitization, almost everything in the world today can be delivered at your door step, including services. So, what are these services that you can book through an app and how are they convenient? For instance, you no longer need to leave your house or keeping waving to cabs in the middle of the road, now with the help of an app, you can just call a cab at the foot of your doorstep or if you wish to take a beauty day, you no longer need to visit a salon, the salon can come visit you 

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These kind of service apps are on-demand – even the most remotest services such as fuel delivery has been successfully working in countries like California and London. On-demand fuel delivery app is a revenue generating trend that can be next big thing!

How Does an On-Demand Fuel Delivery App Work?
The on-demand fuel delivery app works like any other app – the person who wishes to refuel the vehicle without driving to the fuel station orders the fuel at home. 

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​The customer just needs to follow 3 simple steps:

  1. Register on the app by providing your personal details such as name, address, card details, etc.
  2. Share his/her locality – the location-aware app tags the location of the car. The customer can also select a location manually if the car needs to refuelled at a different location.
  3. Request the fuel – the customer needs to mention the type of fuel required, quantity required and confirm the price.

The fuel is delivered to the customer is no time, at their location! This saves the customer time, energy and anguish of waiting in long lines at the fuel station.
Some of the top on-demand fuel delivery apps are:

  • Filld
  • Booster
  • WeFuel
  • Yoshi
  • eZFill

​Features Required for an On-Demand Fuel Delivery App

Let’s take a look at some “good to have” features while creating a fuel delivery app:


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  • Register/Login: The user needs to register his/her contact number, email ID or their his/her social media accounts.


  • Create a Profile: The user needs to create his/her profile which includes personal details such as name, number, type of vehicle, vehicle number, and location.


  • Order Fuel Delivery: The user can choose the quality and quantity of the fuel to be delivered as well as pick a time and date for the refilling.


  • Share Location: The user can share their current location and can place a pin on the map for the customer executive delivering the fuel. 


  • Track Fuel: The user will be able to track the delivery customer executive and his location – this would let the user gauge the estimate time of arrival of the fuel.


  • Payment Options: The user can pay by uploading their credit/debit card details, can choose cash on delivery, net banking option or even pay via wallets like GooglePay, PayPal, Payment Express, etc.


  • Notification: The user should be given notifications in case of discounted prices, deals, new features, etc. through push notifications.


  • History: The user should be able to track the details for invoice or other purposes. The history should show the user a record of expenditure, along with time, date and type of fuel in the app.

Back-End Product Delivery Plans

Creating an app is the last step, the first few steps include ensuring on how the product, in this case the fuel, will be sourced and transported to the customer. So, the first step involves building a fleet of fuel trucks. The trucks must adhere to safety and regulatory compliances, for instance, in California alone, the fuel carriers in your fleet needs approval by both California Weights and Measures agencies, the Department of Transportation, the highway patrol, and multiple fire marshals and departments after thorough review and inspection.
Once the physical infrastructure is ready, the next step is to build an IT infrastructure. One of the most important features is GPS to cover the entire operation – from the rider to the driver. Along with GPS, the carriers must be equipped with an additional set of hardware or software workarounds to report the additional set of information to the handler. Due to the presence of IoT devices, they can

  • Connect to the internet directly
  • Draw minimum amount of power
  • Can report vital statistics in real-time
  • Can interface with mobile apps/ devices
  • Can be operated on a low cost

It is also important the fuel trucks adhere to safety while delivering the fuel, i.e. ensure that the pressure and temperature is maintained and the quality of the fuel is good before and after volume.
After you have finalized the list of smart sensors to be integrated in your solution, it’s time to start build the software part, including the mobility solutions in the form of apps. Once the backend is developed, compatible application and devices work in unison as a single solution.

Challenges Faced by an On-Demand Fuel App

The first challenge while developing this app is the competition in the market. There are a few companies that have rolled out the apps before doing market research and thus, hampering the progress of genuine apps in the market.
The second challenge is the safety concerns regarding the handling and delivery of the fuel. The fuel delivery companies need to ensure that there are safety measures in place. They also need to make sure not to exceed the regulatory amount for additional security.
Apart from these challenges, there are several benefits of an on-demand fuel app. Let’s take a look.

​Benefits of an On-Demand Fuel App


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Saves Time: Say good-bye to long queues outside fuel stations. Book the time and place in the app and get your car filled at your doorstep. Definitely a time saver! 

Quality of Fuel:
At a fuel station, the fuel can be stored for a long time span. This can affect its quality. In the case of an app, the fuel will need to be refilled on a frequent basis, thus, maintaining its high quality. 

Times of Emergency:
Running out of fuel in the middle of nowhere can really be stressful. But with the help of an on-demand fuel app, you can just use an app and order for fuel instead of waiting for a lift or pushing the vehicle to the nearest fuel station. 

Lower Maintenance:
Due to the mobile nature of this service, you don’t need to invest in legal compliances or a place to set it up. This saves a lot of money and increases profit levels with low maintenance and investment.  

Wrap It Up

On-demand fuel delivery apps are gradually making their mark in various parts of the world. The concept and the service is at an inception stage and hence, you can make the most of it and gain an upper hand in this market. If you wish to develop an on-demand fuel app, contact the App Scoop Vancouver mobile app development team –; and we’ll guide you to the path of success.

How to Create Wireframes? – Building a Strong App Foundation

​Imagine building an app with just its idea in your head or a weak structural skeleton. Can you guess what the outcome would like? Scary, isn’t it – all that time, effort and money just to create a below average app with several bugs. Hence, what we need is a diagram that presents the outcome of every possible action and whether the outcome of that product will satisfy the customers and meet their goals. In short, wireframes anticipate how the buttons will function in the apps and also let the developers know the functionalities that are absolutely necessary and the ones that are too ambitious. 

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Wireframes serves as a common language between designers, users, stakeholders, and developers to reach a common ground and narrow down on the functionalities that are absolutely necessary and from functionalities that are too ambitious or futile to incorporate. Wireframes are fast, cheap, and perhaps most importantly, impermanent.

How to Get Started?
Wireframes are more of a messy structure of the app (without any design elements) that defines its core function. It needs to serve three purposes:

  1. Showcases the information displayed on the page
  2. Outlines the structure and layout of the page
  3. Describes the User Interface (UI) and the overall goal of the app

The wireframe should help you plan the layout and interaction patterns for your users without the fancy graphic details such as colour, copy, shading, etc. It is usually done in block and white. Although it will show where the images and text go, there won’t be any actual images, text, etc. Each wireframe element should be shown at true scale – as they are meant to focus the developer’s attention on the structure. It is exactly like how a car’s blueprint is made – it is to get a clear idea of the structure and placement of the parts in the engine without being distracted by its design.
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​Another important aspect while creating wireframes is ‘Research’. Your research should include:

  • Demographics of the users
  • End product that will solve the user’s problems (i.e. meet user goals)
  • Recognize the funnel or action that will help the user get to their destination page faster
  • Making the overall experience easy and an enjoyable process

Creating Wireframes for a Successful MVP
Wireframes don’t need to include every microscopic detail such as page variation, page action, etc. but should give a big picture of the purpose of the app. It should be able to map out the user’s journey while using the app. The design should be easy for anyone to understand, even someone without tech knowledge of what a MVP will look like and how it will function.

​Wireframing the Home Page
While creating a wireframe for the home page, the client/developer should be able to identify the app’s core solution. This will help build out the supplementary features that will be needed to support the core feature and boost the efficiency of the product in while. The wireframe allows the clients to go through all the possible actions that can be incorporated – a wireframe is nothing but a rough draft that is ready to be improved.
For example, if clients were to envision a food delivery app, its homepage would need to display a uniform set of features that will allow the user to browse through the food menu and choose food items. After instituting a homepage that shows different dishes, the clients would then be allowed to experiment with niche app features that can distinguish their product from the rest of the competitors – for instance, a feature that would allow the user to customize the food items or create food packages or opt for a monthly meal plan.

​Example of a Successful Wireframe – Tinder

Now, let’s take a look at an example of a successful wireframe such as Tinder. How did this app make ripples in the app market? How was it different from any other matchmaking app? The striking feature that led to the app’s success was a simple fun play of swiping instead of a regular scroll button. In a scenario where we’re building sample content for any type of app, we rely on the user’s experience as a top priority that will determine which pages will hold certain features.


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When Tinder’s co-founders Sean Rad and Justin Mateen brainstormed the wildly popular Tinder app, their most successful approach was implementing the swiping mechanism into the dating experience. Unlike the traditional method of manually clicking and scrolling through match profiles, Tinder offered its users a quicker, more convenient swiping option that allowed them to have a more playful and light-hearted interaction.”
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​Imagine Tinder without its swipe mechanism mentioned in its wireframe. It would just be a regular matchmaking app. All credit due to the co-founders, to keep in mind the core map of the app – swipe right and swipe left – during the MVP process, did it lead the app to be one of the top grossing apps in the Apple Store and Play Store. If this wasn’t mentioned in the wireframe, who knows if Tinder would have even survived its first year.

​Tools That Can Be Used to Create a Wireframe

In order to make a wireframe, there are some tools that can be used. Let’s take a look.


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It is designed to help you create you wireframes quickly. You just need to add the basic elements and then resize, position, and customise as needed. A simple version control will help you keep track of your progress.

It is a web based app, with a drag and drop interface to effortlessly create a wireframe. It comes with all the standard UI elements, along with a multitude of other components. The app also gives you access to the Mock Store, which offers a large selection of 3rd-party templates that you can either use for inspiration, or as a quick starting point for your own wireframe.

It supports Sketch source files and Photoshop files. It also has a built in editor that supports CSS code snippets, allowing you to customise any element used in your wireframe. This gives a better understanding of the wireframe to the client.


It makes transporting the wireframe from the paper to the screen easy. You can photograph your sketches and import them directly into the app. These sketches can then be animated, or used as the foundation for your wireframe. Drag and drop pre-set shapes and UI elements directly onto your sketch to instantly go from shaky lines, to professional lo-fi wireframe.
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​The Next Step Forward…


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Once the wireframe is made for a product to understand the layout and construction, the next step is a high fidelity mock-up. This should give the clients and the developers an understanding of the visual representation of the product. The mock-up stage is where you can test variations and give the app some character. Post this step, the next thing is to create a prototype of the app that can be tested with users and get feedback.

A successful app deserves its own unique feature by following the competing app’s uniform structure. While designing the app, remember that patterns cannot be disrupted, a user’s muscle memory should be taken into consideration during the wireframing process. If you want any assistance to create your app’s wireframe, please feel free to contact the App Scoop mobile app development team:

How Much Money Can an App Earn?

In today’s time, there is an app for everything – fitness, food delivery, online shopping, dating, games, photography, health, etc. Smart phones have substantially grown over the years. In 2018, mobile traffic accounted for 52.2% of total website traffic in the U.S.

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Due to these ever growing number of app users, there are many developers trying to create a market space for their app creations. The app market is booming with hundreds, if not thousands of them being added in the Android or iOS play store every day. Why do you think that is? Yes, that’s right! The app industry is making millions and billions of dollars and everyone wants a fair share of the profits. The number of mobile app downloads worldwide in 2022 is estimated to be 258.2 billion.
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So, How Much Does an App Earn?
Of course, there is no one source that can determine the exact amount that the app earns but the top 200 apps generate on average $82,500 daily, while the top 800 apps generate around $3,500. Gaming apps earn around $22,250, while entertainment apps make $3,090 daily. The amount fluctuates depending on the introduction of a new app or changing user patterns.
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Global mobile app revenue is projected to reach $188.9 billion by 2020, an increase of more than 200% from 2016. At the moment, gaming apps are on the top of the list as top-grossing apps.
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As of April 2018,

  • Epic Games’ Fortnite makes about $1.9 million in daily revenue
  • Candy Crush Saga by King in makes $1.3 million per day through in-app purchases
  • Pokemon Go has earned almost $800 million in 2018, an impressive 35% increase from its revenue in 2017

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How Do You Begin to Create a Revenue Generating App?

Before you begin to build your app, there are some basic question that you will need to answer:

  • Is your app being made for iOS or Android?
  • Is your app going to be only for paid users or is it going to be free?
  • Do you have in-app purchases available for the users for a better experience?
  • Is your app going to have a subscription model?
  • Is the app going to be accessible only on mobile or on Smart TVs too?

Once you have answered the above questions, you need to understand the categories that you should look at to earn high revenue incomes from the app They include:

  • Music Apps
  • Social Media Apps
  • Entertainment Apps
  • Gaming Apps
  • Business Apps
  • Finance Apps

How Do You Earn From Free Apps?

As we know, most successful apps are free to download. But then how do you make it a revenue generating app? – the answer is in-app purchases and in-app advertising. Once the user gets the flavour of the app, the next step is to offer him/her added services that will help him/her to enhance the flavour.
Let’s take for example the game apps. Most of them are free to download but they make money by offering the user in-app purchases. In the year 2018, the global revenue from in-app purchases was projected at a staggering  $71.3 billion— it makes sense, considering that 98% of app revenue comes from free apps with in-app purchase options.
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How Do You Earn By Creating a Subscription Based App?

Let’s take a few examples to understand subscription based apps and how they generate income. The dating app Tinder has over 50 million registered users. The Tinder dating app is free to download, but makes money by charging users for bonus features like unlimited swipes, which give users endless opportunities to match. “Tinder’s “Passport” add-on allows users to match with users in other locations, while “Boost” allows users to bump their profile to the top of the pile of users in their area. In Q1 of 2018, Match Group reported generating over $407.4 million in revenue. Tinder charges $9.99 a month for a Plus subscription and $14.99 for a Tinder Gold upgrade. This approach has made Tinder one of the highest-grossing apps worldwide.”
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Bumble, another dating app makes $172 per minute in 2018 thanks to its monthly $9.99 subscription option and premium features like Bumble Boost and SuperSwipe.
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Personal trainer Kayla Itsines’ Sweat app is a top-grossing app that serves as a great example for beginning app developers. The app provides subscribers with 28-minute workouts, diet plans, and yoga videos. Sweat quickly gained a cult-like following after its release in late 2015 and currently generates $100 million in revenue yearly.
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Android v/s iOS Platform – How Are Payments Made?

Before we begin with how much an app developer gets paid, we can determine that in-app purchases or app purchases are done more by iOS users rather than Android. Let’s take a look at the below chart to understand:


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How are Payments Made in Apple Store?

For app developers who have their app on the iOS platform must provide the below documentation:

  • Bank details
  • Tax details and documents

The payment guidelines are as below:

  • Payments are usually made in under 45 days of the last working day of a month when the app purchases were made.
  • To receive the payments, you must maintain a minimum payment level.
  • There should be a minimum threshold amount you should have earned before getting the amount credited in your account otherwise it carries forward to the next payment date
  • Apple takes 30% (per download) of the revenue made on the Apple app store and the app developers earn 70%.

How are Payments Made in Android Play Store?

The payment guidelines are as below:

  • Payment is credited to your account within a 30-day cycle
  • There is no minimum payment level; even if your app earns $1, it gets credited in your account
  • Play Store takes 30% (per download) of the revenue made on the Apple app store and the app developers earn 70%.

Expand Your App’s Horizons

With the ever increasing technological advancement, apps are now limited to the phone or a tablet – Smart TVs and Wear-able Devices are the next step.
More than 70 million homes in the US have a smart TV. The most popular apps used on a Smart TV are entertainment apps such as Amazon Prime, Nexflix, Hulu, etc.
Smart speakers like Alexa and Google Home have also dominated the app market. Ownership of these devices is predicted to skyrocket to 125.65 million by 2020 with a steady growth of third-party app purchases that surpass 1500%.
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Smart watches are also getting increasing popular, especially when it comes to health and fitness apps. Smart watches are predicted to reach a 51% share of wearable devices sold in 2022, a huge jump from the previous status of 21% in 2016. Optimizing your app to be smartwatch-compatible could likely be a competitive advantage.
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Wrapping It Up

The first thing to understand is that not every app can earn like Tinder, Candy Crush, Clash of the Clans or PubG – every app has its limitations. Hence, the money that you can earn from an app depends upon the type of app that you choose. You need to do thorough market research and test your application with users. Remember, not all ideas that look solid of paper turn out to be monetizing apps. The most important factor is that if you are meting your user’s emotions, needs and demands.
The future holds great potential if your app is directed towards augmented reality, artificial intelligence or virtual reality based. These are the latest technology set to enter the mobile app development industry and will change the whole market. The market may be a bit oversaturated, but it’s promising to see that worldwide app store revenue reached $19.5 billion during the first quarter 2019 with huge windows of opportunity opening in China, Brazil, and India.
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​If you need any further assistance in monetizing your app or learning how to plan an app that can earn, feel free to contact the App Scoop mobile app developers and app development Team –

What is Mobile App Requirements Document and How to Build One?

Imagine writing a book without a rough storyline or any plot in mind; can you? I suppose not. A book without a story is as pointless as a mobile app that doesn’t solve a purpose! Hence, most developers define the value and purpose of a mobile app on a document they call the mobile app requirements document. This document have specific details on what the app is all about and how will it be presented to the user. The document contains a timeline – that has dates and milestones – and the budget. Now, let’s take a quick look at the checklist summary while creating a mobile apps requirement document. 

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Checklist Summary for Mobile Apps Requirement Document

  • Rough idea of an app in layman language and an explanation of how to use it
  • Platforms that the app will work on such as, Android, iOS, etc. and whether it should be a native or an hybrid app
  • Will the app be outsourced or will it be made internally
  • Specific timeline (along with milestones and the release date) and budget
  • User Interface of the app – mandatory buttons and its placement and branding and design guidelines that it needs to follow
  • Will the app be integrated with social media and in-app purchase and will it contain geo-location services and push notifications
  • Will the app only work online or will it have an offline feature
  • Features that need to be included in the app
  • Detailed research on the target segment and the competitors that the app will face – and then defining a feature that will make your app stand out
  • Medium of communication to plan the project and create a team member list and their individual duties for creating the app

Once, you’ve made a checklist for the app, the next step is to delve into in detail.

3 Important Points to Create a Detail Mobile App Requirements Document
Remember, a detailed mobile app plan will be easier to bring to fruition and will cost less time, money and effort.

Mobile App Objective and Vision Statement

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It is mandatory to define a mobile app objective – without which the product will be lost in the market. For the first phase of the app, it is recommended to focus on a single problem that your target audience requires. Solving a core problem will give the product a concise vision and establish precise success matrix.
The vision statement gives a clear direction towards the goal of the app. It generally defines who the target audience is, how it will solve their core problem and how is it going to be different from its competitors.

Technical Specifications

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Another important step is to define the technical specifications. They include:

  • Platform to be used – Windows, iOS or Android or all.
  • Will the app be hybrid or native – A hybrid application is developed in a way that it works on both, an Android and an iOS product whereas, a native app is built only for one specific platform. Hence, it is essential to research on which Operating System (OS) meets the success criteria of the product goal.
  • Current services, database and servers to be used need to be established to develop the product.
  • Maintenance needs; these will need to be planned so that the time and cost of the app can be planned accordingly. Also, take into account the types of bugs that you might face while creating the app or after creating it.
  • A list of dependencies that the product team needs to meet the objective of the app:
  • What hardware will the app run on?
  • Does it have service/API documentation?
  • Does the app have an account, platform or profile credentials?
  • Does your app rely on a third party software?
  • Do you need to create any flowcharts or documents for the product?

​Prioritizing Features


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Most clients want developers to include all the features possible in a mobile app to enhance it. But developers know best when to stop. Remember, the more the features in your app, the more heavier it is, increases the chances of bugs, system crashes would be a common occurrence and it will be more complex for users to understand. Hence, it is extremely important to focus on one core feature – and use that to market your app and make it look distinct from your competitors.
In order to prioritize features, there is a simple method that can be used – it is called as the MoSCoW  method. M stands for ‘Must’, S stands for ‘Should, C stands for ‘Could’ and W stands for ‘Won’t’ – the features can be put under each category to help and decide the final features that should be incorporated in the mobile app.

To Conclude…
While making a mobile app requirements document, it needs to be as detailed as possible but a plan that is simple to understand. Try to exclude all points that take the focus off the main points that need to be covered. Creating flowcharts, timelines, cost sheet, etc. to understand the process and different milestones in the project.
Also, while making this document, check with the developer and other team members about the feasibility of the plan and keep it as realistic as possible. Remember to take into account technical glitches, bugs and other hurdles that you might face while creating the product and keep a buffer.
If you need any assistance or guidance to create a mobile app requirements document, you can contact the App Scoop mobile app development team vancouver on:

How to Begin Your Digital Transformation Journey in 6 Steps

In this digital age, companies and businesses small and large are on the path to digitization. Imagine dealing with a company that doesn’t have its own website or its own social networking pages. Today, a company’s digital presence is extremely crucial to attract clients and new business. So, how does it help them? Let’s take an example of a clothing brand.

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Initially a company’s presence relied on instinct, experience or basic market search to promote their clothing brand. But today, it is all about offering the best discounts and good quality clothes at the customer’s doorstep. Not only that, they also provide a return policy that ensures that the customer feels safe to purchase their clothes online. In today’s digital presence, a customer can even upload his/her picture on the app/website and virtual understand the fit or an image of how they would look in that clothing. 

The value of a company is determined by activities such as value monetization and value communication. This type of company behavior is called digital transformation. It covers the following aspects of business:

  • Customer: How do you leverage customer relations and redefine the path to purchase while giving emphasis to their buying experience?


  • Competition: What steps do you take to give your company the competitive advantage?


  • Data: Why should a company focus more on data and practice real time data driven decision making?


  • Innovation: How do you keep innovating in the ever changing world of digital transformation?


  • Value: How does digitization create new businesses?

But the question is “What if you are a novice and you don’t know where to start?” Let’s take a look at the 6 easy steps that you can follow to begin your digital transformation journey.

Step 1: Identify the New Business Processes and Transformation Objectives
Ideally, digital transformation means changing the existing business model – this could be changing the entire business operation or just something small like optimizing customer feedback mechanism. It needs the company to take calculated risks by analyzing the markets and company data to check the scope for optimization for the following reasons:

  • To improve end-user experience to improve loyalty, productivity, revenues and retention
  • To reduce costs for business processes and integrate supply chain partners
  • To reduce complexity, solve issues before they occur and gain visibility
  • To optimize infrastructure and operations
  • To derive insights from analytics to make wise decisions and gain a competitive advantage

​Step 2: Identify the Key Technologies in the Market
There is no need to get overwhelmed with modern technologies or trying to implement everything in your current business process. Technology is just a way to manifest your ideas. To get a better understanding, let’s take a look at the ‘Wheel of Disruption’. It is a ‘Golden Triangle’ that is encircled with emerging technologies such as mobile, social and real time.


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Take Notes: The next wave of digitization includes intelligent automation; for example, human machine collaboration, Internet of Things and cybersecurity – out of which cyber security is important because if the devices are not secured from the start then the system creates delays and it is difficult for the IT to implement appropriate security controls.

​Step 3: Executive Buy-In Should be a Priority

Now that you have your digital strategy and solutions structured, the next step is to incorporate this inside the company and obtain executive buy-in. 

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According to these statistics, there has been a 62% increase in board support for digital transformation from 2016 to 2018. This is a sign that the company’s strategies to digital transform are working. To achieve this kind of paradigm of information the company needs to take risks and create a dynamic environment where new ideas and thoughts are considered even if they come from a low rank employee.

Step 4: Finalize a Talent Pool and Define a Roadmap

The fourth step is to create a talent pool that helps the company to define a roadmap to successfully navigate through the digital transformation process. A talent pool can either be gathered in-house or by outsourcing it. The benefit of outsourcing it will be that there will less costs incurred to train and recruit new employees.
Once a talent pool is finalized, it is time to define a roadmap to implement digital transformation. Remember, this roadmap should be planned in phases. Always test on a small scale to ensure the transformation works for the company’s benefit. Risk mitigating milestones should be defined at the end of each phase, where approvals are taken from the top management of the company, vendors, etc.

Step 5: Determine Key Performance Indicators for Your Future Journey

Key Perform Indicators (KPI) demonstrate the effectiveness of the plan and help you understand the path forward for the future. The company will need to set smart goals, a clear achievable figure and a timeline. The team will hence, be able to keep focus on the end goal. Strategies need to always be updated based on the market insights and results.
As we all know that the future can be predicted only by looking at the present. Hence, it is of utmost importance to clearly communicate the work plan to the workforce and help them implement it in their practical day to day lives. To drive the company into the future and to understand the digital transformation that will take place, the workforce needs to have the below information:

  • Transparency
  • Clear structure and plan
  • Adequate training

Step 6: Begin Your Digital Transformation

The sixth step is – Execution. After doing the due-diligence and planning for a digital transformation for your company, it is time to execute it. There will be some digital platforms that will need to be managed as per the market conditions – some elements will need to be changed while the other elements need to co-exist and be integrated into the new platform. Remember, keep your eyes on the prize and set your company/business up for future prosperity and growth.
If you wish to digitally transform your company, feel free to contact the App Scoop mobile app developers or mobile app development team – – to show your company/business the way forward.