An increasing amount of professional software is moving over to a subscription-based funding model, charging users a set amount every month. Just look at Microsoft Office 365 or the Adobe Creative Cloud.
All of these stack up though and businesses both big and small are starting to ask software developers why it can’t just be a one-time payment any more. After all, it certainly helps to decrease their monthly expenditure.
Jervis Whitley, a Power Systems Engineer from Melbourne, Australia, has come up with a pretty ingenious retort for app and software creators: “You pay more for toilet paper in your office each month.”
Check out the link below for a handy tool that illustrates just how much each of your customers spends on the stuff, and how that compares with the price of your own kick ass product.
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