I know it is a strong promise, but what would it be like if you grew your software business profits by 30% without working more or charging more?
The software business has its challenges. People say tech is everywhere; software is eating the world. While this might be a part of the truth, there are certain blocks in this business that keep you, the business owner, in a stagnation or a linear growth. The dark side of the software business is something you do not hear the non-tech people talking about.
In the business of software, if you are not growing fast enough, your competition will. Sooner than later, what you call now “my customer“, will become “their customer“. This is how things work in software.
There is a strong correlation between the current business profits, the way you run your business, and the future of your business. If you are not adapting to the fast changes in technology, your business will become obsolete.
And here’s the key. To change and adapt, you need resources. Whether we refer to time or money, you need them to stay in business.
Consider the Amazon.com growth. Without investing in their infrastructure and better technology, they could have never grown to the size they are today. The business name itself suggest what it was meant to become.
The Amazon River in South America is the largest river by discharge of water in the world, and the longest in length.
The first step you need to make towards 30% is to look at your business and its processes. Ask yourself these questions:
This is how these simple decisions impact your revenue:
Ask these questions, look for the answers, and let us know what you found.
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