A great article from Mashable offered data for what we all pretty much knew: smartphones are taking over. According to the article, there are more smartphone users than basic phone users and there will soon be more mobile devices accessing the web than PCs in the U.S.

As a result businesses are adapting their customer service resources to make sure the mobile consumer’s needs are being met; hence the decline of the call center.

Years ago, it was acceptable to sit on the phone and be passed to representative to representative to have your questions answered through the company call center. With today’s mobile devices consumers should be able to access information directly on their device without having to make one call.

Businesses have to evaluate what their mobile customers need the most and create a mobile website to fulfill those needs.

  • Provide a clean basic design, easy to explore.
  • Provide a unique landing page for mobile users.
  • Provides an array of self-service options.
  • Gives a map and directions to the business.
  • A number to call (just in case).

Determining content for your website that is user-friendly for mobile devices can be a daunting task without the appropriate know-how. JASE specializes in Web Design & Development. Prepare your company website for mobile users with mobile development by JASE. Please feel free to share this information with others.

smartphones and call centerimage credit: Phil Roeder on flickr


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