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So you built an app and/or website. Now deploy some common user feedback tools to measure success

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | February 10, 2020

In previous blog posts, we discussed the key tactics and strategies that any entrepreneur or enterprise should consider to successfully create and launch their website or mobile app. It started by carefully defining the requirements…

Discovery to Deliverables in the Software Development Lifecycle

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | October 20, 2019

Once you and your developers have defined the software users’ needs, it’s time to make sure you have a roadmap that will bring to life all of the features and functionality the user will engage…

Web App vs Native Mobile App vs …

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | June 26, 2019

If you’ve started to research app development options for your project, you have probably already come across the terms ‘web app’ and ‘native app’.  Both types of apps have their time and place, depending on…

How to Integrate Artificial Intelligence Into Your App Marketing Strategy

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | May 13, 2019

“There’s an app for that” was such a successful slogan that Apple trademarked the phrase back in 2010. Apple wasn’t exaggerating either. At the time, there were already more than 250,000 apps built for the…

‘Build It and They Will Come’ Marketing Strategy?

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | February 14, 2019

After creating hundreds of custom mobile app and websites for clients, we’ve seen a recurring marketing strategy of “Build it and they will come”.  While that iconic line from the movie, Field of Dreams, may…

Apps that Behave Like Websites Will Get You Rejected from the App Store

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | October 2, 2018

Over the years, we’ve submitted hundreds of apps to the App Store.  In that time, we’ve learned that there’s a lot of grey area to navigate within the stated App Store guidelines, which often seem…

The Prototype as an Investment Tool

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | July 20, 2018

In the world of pitching tech investors, the truth of the matter is, we now live in a ‘show-me / don’t tell me’ world.  Investors are pitched a lot of ideas, so their attention spans…

Is My Mobile App Name Unique & How Do I Reserve It (Part 2)

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | May 7, 2018

In our last blog post we described the process for finding any existing published apps that are already using your desired app name/title. Assuming you have completed that process and found no other live iPhone…

Title III / Reg CF Crowd-Sourced Funding for Start-Ups

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | November 10, 2017

At Epic we have the privilege of working with primarily two types of clients:  The first type is the established, well-funded company, where we help them design and build enterprise software – primarily apps and…

Epic Apps Helps Colorado’s Medina Alert Program Develop and Launch a New Mobile App for iPhone & Android Smartphone Users

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | July 3, 2014

The Medina Alert-Hit and Run Bill (HB14-1191) was signed into law in Colorado by Governor John Hickenlooper on March 25, 2014. The Medina Alert program is a voluntary partnership between law-enforcement agencies, media, taxis and…