I’ve been doing my occasional check on all my business outgoings to ensure that I’m getting good deals. It seems to me that every time I do this (once every two years or so) software is cheaper than before. In particular prices for “cloud”-based offerings seem to be on an ever-downward path. Bug tracking, accounting, and video hosting are all categories of software that demonstrate this downward path.
I guess part of this is that the costs of running services keep dropping. But I suspect that the costs and efforts of starting up a software company also keep going down, leading to more players, many of whom can only compete on price.
Do you encounter this downward pressure on prices in your own business?
(Strangely. I don’t - the price of Poker Copilot has only increased year after year. It could be because it is a super-niche product that can’t be replicated too quickly.)