Don’t overpay to get
your software built
Are you looking to save costs, create new licensing revenue and engage your customers better than your competitors ever could?
Or maybe you’re launching a new product with plans to go global.
Either way, the only thing holding you back is having a problem that software can solve.
The software & app development industry is tricky to navigate. And it’s made harder by the development companies withholding their prices. The last thing you want is an invoice 10x more than what you expected.
After all, you just want to know how much it costs to build your application.
We think that’s pretty reasonable.
So we’ve decided to pull back the curtain and show you what it costs to build an app.
To start, let’s take a look at the average salary of a software developer in Australia. Indeed AU puts this ﬁgure at $92,000. Every organisation needs to add on superannuation (9%), overheads (30%) and a margin (30%).
Now, we’re looking at a per developer cost of $155,000. But it’s unreasonable to think an entire application can be built by one person. Let’s account for different disciplines like a product designer (to consider the user experience), a project manager (to keep stakeholders aligned) and a second developer (for creative problem solving and redundancy).
In the Software Pricing Guide we’ll show you what adding these disciplines means from a weekly cost perspective and how to make sure you’re not overpaying.
No two projects are created equal. The cost will vary depending on whether you’re creating a proof of concept, a minimum viable product or a slightly larger build through product development. You’ll learn how these three types of development projects impact the overall estimated cost.
Not only will you be shown the steps and costs associated, you’ll also learn what it’s cost others to build their applications.
Download the Free Pricing Guide now. Trust us, you’ll struggle to ﬁnd this level of transparency anywhere else.Download the free Software Pricing Guide