LG2 Reflective Statement – Professional Networking

As with previous work, this report required reaching out and networking with industry experts. However I found for this work when discussing new topics with professionals working in that industry, it required plenty of background research and understanding the basics beforehand. After weeks of reading up on cybersecurity fundamentals and information systems, I started to contact a selection of relevant individuals. I had less success than my networking attempts during LG1, with many individuals not having the time to speak with me. I was able to bounce ideas and discussion points off a colleague at work, Mark Muller who is a contracted web-developer and graphic designer. Whilst not directly in the field of cyber-security, Mark is well educated in the filed due to his work building websites, applications and databases for a variety of clients. Mark has also invested in several crypto-currencies and was an advocate for the use of blockchain networks in manufacturing when I discussed the prospect with him.

I also had a useful correspondence with Tim Rose, VP of business development at Identify3D. He was happy to answer my questions, comment on drafts of my report and sent a selection of articles and research topics to consider, even including a pre-release copy of a report his company had written in collaboration with the National Centre for Manufacturing Sciences in USA, which happened to focus on the exact same topic as my own report. Tim was kind enough to send several emails over many weeks and was a vital contact during this module.

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  1. Choosing a reliable tech partner
    Developing a taxi app can be time-consuming and requires a high degree of expertise. The development process should be safe, and a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) should be signed before any work begins. A reliable tech partner will have experience building many applications and be able to handle even the most complex requirements.

    If you are developing a taxi booking app, you should first establish your target audience and determine your app’s purpose. This will help you plan your budget for the development process and identify your potential revenue streams. Then you will need to choose an experienced software development team.

    The cost of developing an application varies from app to app, but it is much lower for startups than for large-scale businesses. The cost depends on the complexity and number of features. Make sure that your budget will cover all of these factors. The development process may also include polling your target audience to determine what they want and need from your taxi app.

    In addition to choosing a reputable tech partner, you should make sure to choose a team that is familiar with developing apps. This will save you time and money on development. Your team should be able to communicate effectively and deliver a high-quality product. Your taxi booking app may need to run advertisements to promote your services. If you have a marketing budget, it may be beneficial to work with a marketing agency or relevant blog sites. Moreover, you can also write articles about the features of your taxi booking app to promote it. With the right kind of marketing, taxi booking apps can be one of the most profitable businesses to run.

    Your taxi booking app should provide 24-hour online assistance to users. The app should also allow users to make multiple bookings at a time. This way, users won’t be left waiting for hours. This will improve the overall experience for both the drivers and the customers.

    When building a taxi booking app, it is important to select a reputable tech partner. The development of a taxi app requires a significant investment. It is critical to choose a tech partner that is trustworthy, responsive, and technologically advanced.

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