If you don't have experience building software, you're probably feeling lost and overwhelmed.
You don't know what you don't know. So, you're not even sure what to ask. What's important? What's not?
Maybe you've a great idea. Is it even (technically) possible to build it? How long will it take? How much is it going to cost?
Next. Where do you find good developers to build it? How do you assess them? Maybe you've already hired developer. How do you know they good? How do you know you're not pouring money into a black hole.
How do you manage developers? How do you ensure your idea will be built to spec in a reasonable amount of time?
Many questions, and you probably have hundreds more. So what can you do about it?
The obvious (but not effective) solution is to binge-research hundreds of blogs (offering incomplete and often conflicting advice).Or you can get a book and really study software development (it will take you a couple of years). Or you can go through trial and error and hope you don't step on a mine.
Or you can take advantage of my gracious offer.
You'll get a laser focused reality check and a simple roadmap with clear next step.
I'll review your materials, questions, idea, competition, etc. before we jump on a phone/skype.
I'll show you 3 simple ways to significantly reduce your software development costs.
I'll answer any question you may have about software development.
After the call a follow-up Q&A email to clarify anything said on the call. And/or a list of resources mentioned during the call.
I charge $100 for the Software Strategy Call. I know, I know ... it's suspiciously low, but I want to give everyone a chance to get their burning question answered.
Also, at the end of the call I'll ask you to tell your friends about my service.
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What if my idea isn't feasible?
Great! You've just saved at least 6 months of going in the wrong direction and at least $10.000,00.
How long is the call?
Calls usually last 25 min. This is plenty of time to discuss your most important challenges, so don't worry about time - I won't hang up on you in the middle of the sentence.
Who are you and why should I trust you?
I'm a physicist turned software developer turned software entrepreneur. I've been writing computer programs since 1986. Software is eating the world and my mission is to help more (non-technical) people reap benefits of the best business model - Software as a Service.
You can learn more about me here.
Do you know any good developers?
Yes. Many in fact. I constantly scour the globe for diamonds-in-the-rough developers. Experienced. Humble. Affordable.