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The Shrinking IT World and Shrinking Budgets

Selling technology across the globe looked easy. It was the only thing you needed to do for getting rich if you had the expertise or manpower. So what’s happened now? Has technology become boring? Are the developments slower than before? Is there nothing exciting anymore? But that depends on your innovation, isn't it.

Well, it has more to do with people. Around the world, company budgets have shrunk in the face of defensive economic decisions. European and American taxes mean that most of your prospects are now willing to hold themselves back on investments.

However, your ‘Made in America’ technology cannot really survive by being less attractive or poorer in quality. And neither can you trust anyone advising you to reduce your production budget. What your apps can do today is the result of major investments or cautious borrowing.

Knowing who is ready to buy is never easy. Such research takes years. Moreover, the filtering process starts at millions of prospective buyers, and tapering to the best opportunities requires technology. Are you making it? We are.

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