MISPVT is an ISO Certified Software Development Company providing end to end software development services especially Custom Software Development, Mobile Application Development, Responsive Web Design services. Headquartered in Delhi, India, Acetech consistently delivers quality solutions to its clients across the world.
MISPVT has time-proven experience and reputable expertise in the development of document management solutions, e-commerce applications, business application and automation software, custom software solutions and online applications supporting business-to-business collaborations. We provide custom-built application as per the customer requirement. We design and implement software solutions that work – while you concentrate on your business. Our comprehensive delivery options enable us to distribute work across global locations to align with clients' cost, speed, and risk requirements.
Hardware and software companies have use for a few business data analysts and data scientists. But their primary need is for skilled software engineers and technical project managers. Their company's value depends upon the efficient development and delivery of proprietary technology. Hardware and software have unusual price dynamics. Technology has high fixed costs to develop, and variable costs that are often close to zero. The first saleable copy of a complex enterprise software application might cost $5 million to develop. But the second copy, and every additional copy, might cost a penny, essentially.
A new semiconductor chip may be fab-produced in a fabrication plant that costs $5 billion to build, but the variable cost of a single chip off of that assembly line is only the cost of the raw material, maybe a few cents worth of clean sand. Big data culture is possible only because of today's extremely low costs for storing and processing electronic information.
Today's absurdly low computing costs are the result of 50 years of ferocious price wars in commercial hardware and software markets. Markets that are driven by the unusual dynamic of high fixed cost and very low variable costs. Price wars tend to drive any commodity, product, or service down to prices close to variable cost.
In other words, most market participants lose money, few survive. Personally, I've seen a million fold decrease in data storage costs in my career.