Viewing posts from: July 2017

What a Mobile App Can Do for Your Business

Business | 2 comments | by khushboo verma

Every business should have a Website, but what about a mobile app? From better user experience to easier monetization, learn how a mobile app can benefit your business.

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Top 10 Ways Mobile Apps Will Change in 2017

Business | 1 comments | by khushboo verma

Looking for more offline capability and simpler, more consumer-driven experiences? 2017 could bring you those things and more.

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4 Steps to Get Your Mobile App Startup Business on Track

Business | 1 comments | by khushboo verma


Today mobile applications are not just apps anymore – they are solutions to business problems. From a simple weather app to a critical business app, mobile applications have indeed evolved as the capable tools that efficiently support business marketing strategies. However, in order to use the potential of a variety of mobile app development frameworks, it is imperative to comprehend the business growth from mobility with a holistic approach.

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Top 10 Benefits of Online Mobile App Shopping That Make Your Life Easy

Business | 0 comments | by khushboo verma

Advantages of  Online Mobile App Shopping

The Internet has revolutionized the way we shop. Because of the numerous advantages and benefits, more and more people these days prefer buying things online over the conventional method of going into stores.

What are some reasons that many people love online mobile app shopping and why is it so popular? Below are my top ten reasons for shopping online.

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GST Impact On Online Business/Ecommerce

Business | 0 comments | by QeS-Admin

Do you sell online? Have questions about GST and its impact on your online business? Here’s a blog demystifying Goods and Services Tax for you:

What is GST?

GST is the single biggest tax reform in India aimed at replacing all indirect taxes like sales tax, service tax, VAT, custom duty, central sales tax, entertainment tax, luxury tax etc. GST is “one indirect tax” on the supply of goods and services, right from manufacturers to the end consumer for the entire country, which will make India one unified common market.

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