Be ready for free software! Years ago, the concept of the “App Store Experience” became a huge hit. It was groundbreaking in its approach to fast and easy downloads of applications for free or next to nothing. This marketplace approach is now central to the Windows 8 experience. If you haven’t used the Windows Store, you ought to give it a try. At Appolis, we believe that this App Store experience will become a pervasive trend in computing that will disrupt the enterprise software market including warehouse management systems (WMS) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Just take a look at the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, due out in a few months. It assumes rapid acquisition and software as a service (SaaS) are going to be a necessary strategy for the future. Even today, Microsoft Dynamics offers a subscription based model very much in line with the “I want it now” user trend.
We’ve all heard stories of young entrepreneurs making millions by developing $1.99 software apps within days. Now for the first time, Windows users will get better free software, and Windows developers will have the potential to make a lot of money selling dirt cheap apps.
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