Lansing, Michigan (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
Dave Dowling and Jonathan Stars add a new concept to their arsenal of office efficiency tools. Called “Personal Custom Software,” these products fill the gaps left when companies purchase one-size-fits-all software packages that don’t answer the needs of all workers. It’s the next big step in office software technology.
Organizations that once required thousands of office staff to manage their information now handle the same workloads with hundreds, aided by computers. The widespread adoption of the Internet has offered businesses a level of information sharing never before imagined. The recent explosion of mobile computing has once again changed the way business is done.
These massive efficiency multipliers have propelled individual productivity to unprecedented heights, paving the way for the next breakthrough in technology: Personal Custom Software (PCS). The value of key people's time within organizations has skyrocketed, revealing new and vast profit potential within the workplace, which can be reclaimed using PCS.
Dave and Jonathan have implemented PCS packages for their clients, with amazing results. These mini-applications are designed for individuals within organizations, automating very specific tasks that consume large amounts of time. Because these jobs are so unique, they have been ignored by the large software vendors who can’t make enough profit from them. However, there’s incredible profit potential for the end user. Says Dowling: "Broad scope software applications breed PCS opportunities. They’re everywhere, and they’re highly profitable. It's not unusual for our clients to see five thousand percent returns on investment." If that sounds far-fetched, see a case study.
Stars adds, “One client who bought some very sophisticated association management software had an employee filling orders manually. We built her a PCS ordering tool and her desk is now the largest single income producing arm of the organization -- run by one person. Developing PCS is creating a great deal of energy for us, since every project offers a significant profit center for our clients.”
Today Dowling and Stars are introducing the tech industry to the groundbreaking concept of PCS. Dowling says, “It’s going to change the way we do business all over again.”
Dave Dowling and Jonathan Stars are independent software developers, both represented by the Charles E. Bicy Agency.
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