The life of a small business relies heavily on technology to thrive. In a world where inflation has skyrocketed and businesses are closing up shop left and right, I believe that small to medium businesses should have a fair chance to succeed.
Everyday Programming is a system that aids in the productivity of small to medium businesses by supplying them with customized programs that suit their needs exactly. It is low cost because there would be only one client access license per 100 computers. This license is only bought once every 5 years and comes with free updates. Any addition customization would be at an additional cost, but would not break the bank.
I don’t believe that only small to medium businesses should succeed, I also believe that non-profits and schools should get free and cost of manufacturing products as well. When the business is large enough we should be able to off-set the cost of giving away free software through the customizations and profits made from medium-large businesses. Yes I want to expand in 6-8 years to include large businesses in this plan.
My goal is to become the bigger, better, cheaper Microsoft ®. I want to provide development software, productivity software, and database software at reasonable prices rather than make it nearly impossible for businesses to grow. Microsoft® charges anywhere from 200-12,000+ dollars for the various products they sell. Then they charge an additional 2-4000 dollars to renew their client access licenses. I don’t believe this helps anyone but Microsoft®. I think that we should charge for the work that we do and not jump the prices by 1-4000%. That is Everyday Programming.