It is a common misconception that once the product has been handed over to the business team by the development team, they both part separate ways. Let’s take an example; Microsoft was considered to be the sole proprietor of personal computing about 2 decades ago, contributed largely to the developers support they had.
It was only a matter of time until giants like Apple and Google broke through and swept the profits away because Microsoft gradually lost the patronage of the developer industry.
Over the past few years, business models in the mobile application sector have evolved to target not just the users but also its creators. Many prominent IT agencies are thriving on transforming developers into money makers and creating third-party tools with the sole purpose of selling them to IT professionals. Every mobile app development company in Dubai is working on creating tools and web-service APIs which can be turned into products and sold to developers worldwide.
I mean this business is even more expendable than you think. Developers can also contribute as great marketing mechanisms. Even the most powerful global E-commerce site Amazon is functioning on developer support. Their business strategy involves giving a few percentages of their sales, generated from the ads placed on developer’s very own applications. Hence, you can consider them as ‘resellers’.
On another note, if you are a business owner and rely on the revenue generated by your app, developers can help you with its integration on several other platforms. For instance, Google maps have been integrated into most travel applications by developers.
Although, it can be really difficult finding yourself a decent team of developers to work with. Approxen is a mobile apps development company in Dubai, housing a talented and well-endowed team of mobile app developers you can hire.