Mobile app for your Business" Or maybe you've already invested time and resources in building an amazing mobile website, so your customers are protected when they want to get information about your company. 
With these alerts, you are even closer to direct interaction and can easily remind your customers of your products and services whenever it makes sense. 
Facilitating customer contact with the company and offering them the tools to make life easier while using products or services can be an excellent reason to create a mobile application. 
If you have a small business online presence is not enough to expand your business, you will need to have a mobile application to get closer to most customers as your online business continues to move on to mobile. 
Thanks to our highly detailed customization options, you can stream media files, add content, edit almost anything, and create applications you've always needed in your company. 
The application can ensure that your company has a permanent presence on your customers' phones, offering easily accessible information directly at your fingertips. 
Praveen Seshadri, CEO of the AppSheet, said that small business owners understand how mobile technology can help them better manage their business and anticipate more companies deploying internal applications to streamline their operations. 
Make full use of the fast and simple promotional bobile tools to make your application an integral part of your business and the lives of your customers. 
Our innovative features will encourage customers to install applications on their mobile devices and ensure that the application remains in their mind and on the screen! 
Personalisation, allowing companies to personalise interactions and involve customers through push notifications, location alerts, loyalty awards and easily accessible payment systems. 
If your customers browse products on their mobile devices (which are) you can achieve much higher profits by running a mobile application. 
You provide a fantastic platform for customers, clients and business associates to know about your company, share your thoughts and explore the various options offered by the application. 
A mobile application is not only a large brands, such as Google or any other business giant, but also a mobile application, which is necessary for every small company, and also launch has a dedicated mobile application for their business. 
So if you are looking for a business exit strategy, building a mobile application can significantly increase the value of your brand. 
Having a dedicated mobile business application will be a successful step to build up your customer base to grow your business and thus earn huge revenues and reputation. 
Connie Guglielmo , FORBES STAFF
I cover the people and technology driving Silicon Valley Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.Mary Meeker, the former investment banker turned venture capitalist at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, has published her annual Internet trends report and, as usual, it's a must-read. Meeker presented her report to Stanford University students last night. You can peruse the 88-slide deck here.
Mobile trends and the continued proliferation of smartphones around the world get, as usual, a lot of play here. She notes that while Apple's iPad has surpassed adoption of even the iPod and iPhone -- iPad growth is 3 times that of the iPhone and "leaves siblings in dust," Meeker says Android-based phones were embraced at six times the rate of the iPhone.
Other interesting points:
• Smartphone growth ahead. The number of smartphone subscribers grew 42 percent to 1.1 billion in 2012 but, as of the fourth quarter, they still only represent 17 percent of mobile subscribers worldwide.
• iPad. The iPad uptake has been greater than the iPod and iPhone, with 48 percent of U.S. kids (aged 6 to 12) saying they want an iPad for the holidays. An iPad mini was the third-most requested item, at 36 percent. Nintendo's Wii came in second on their holiday wish list, with 39 percent of kids saying they want that. Of note, at the bottom of the list was Apple TV, which was requested by 4 percent of kids (I'm impressed that 6 to 12 year-olds even put it on the list).
• Tablets and e-readers. Twenty-nine percent of U.S. adults own a tablet or e-reader, up from less than 2 percent three years ago.
• Global mobile traffic. Mobile traffic represented 13 percent of all Internet traffic this year, up from 4 percent in 2010 and 1 percent in 2009.
• Black Friday shopping. Consumers on mobile devices and tablets did 24 percent of the online shopping on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, versus 6 percent two years ago. And most did that shopping on an Apple device.
The World Is Going Mobile (KPCB via Forbes)
There’s no denying that more of us are using mobile devices, and that it’s changing the way we not only communicate, but live. Take a look at the latest presentation by respected venture capitalist Mary Meeker entitled Internet Trends. Here were her top 5, eye-opening stats:
Mobile technology is a game changer. The daily use of Mobile vs. Wi-Fi is 2 to 1. It's already over for the old way of conducting business online and through an email.