The New "App Economy"

Recently, Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP, and KSM Consulting, LLC, partnered with TechPoint to present the KSM Executive Roundtable discussion on "Post-Election Prospects for Growth & Technology: A 2013 Business Climate Forecast." The roundtable featured Bret Swanson, a technology business consultant and president of Entropy Economics as well as Entropy Capital.

As part of the roundtable discussion, Bret discussed the new "App Economy" and how it's affecting technology development. In the current technology market, the development of application software has generated billions of dollars in revenue since the Apple App Store opened in 2008. Smart mobile devices are facilitiating the growth of apps to todays' staggering 1.425 million apps in the marketplace.  

The "App Economy" encourages entrepreneurship and job creation around the world. And, as Indiana continues to house and attract some of the top innovative technology companies and entrepreneurs, we have seen the growth of the new American software industry impact our local economy as well.

Please visit Entropy Economics' website to read Bret's full article, Soft Power: Zero to 60 Billion in Four Years.

Erin Eberly is a director in Katz, Sapper & Miller's Technology Services Group. For more information, contact Erin at 317.580.2186 or eeberly@ksmcpa.com.

 

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