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Right now, SaaS and subscription development is on the rise.
I think most of the background has been said, but I wanted to write about the perspective of the system development side of things I think.
(1) Impact of the new coronavirus on the way we work
The new coronavirus has led to a worldwide increase in the number of people with remote, desk-bound jobs, both in Japan (and especially in Tokyo) and around the world. The shift to remote work is progressing rapidly. In Japan, there are companies that have lifted the restrictions on remote work after the declaration of the state of emergency. There are many companies that defaulted on Work From Anywhere in the first place.
To put it in plain English, the impact on the stock market has been tremendous, directly into the corona of medical and pharmaceutical drug discovery, etc. Along with related industries, you can group them together as remote stocks, online stocks, and SaaS stocks. The stock prices of software companies like
For example, Zoom and Docusign seem to be mentioned almost every day. I feel like I'm a good candidate.
(2) Impact on the business model.
Although it's not Briswell's core business, I've been asked to advise on the implementation of SaaS products It's literally increased dramatically. (We're not an agency, so I think I'm being objective.)
With that, our B2B software contract development business (software development business for clients The nature of the inquiries we have received from clients (for example) has changed quite significantly.
For example, we've seen SaaS projects that have been stalled for years within our clients start to take off, and we've seen offline to start an online consulting and knowledge-sharing service by folding the traditional consulting services of And so on.
And, of course, the method of charging, from selling out and charging at a time, to assuming subscriptions, ongoing charges, and payment in advance. The story is changing. In a skin-deep sense, traditional companies that have been indifferent to online subs revenue are now more rapidly It looks like they're changing their minds and taking on the challenge. On the other hand, some companies that originally operated a subscribed business say they're finally seeing a wave of There are some companies that need to differentiate themselves further from others because they have started to do so too.
3) Impact on software development
I feel like this is an opportunity to finally go from old-school maintenance and upkeep to literal DevOps.
The big difference between old-school maintenance and today's DevOps is that, to put it crudely, "We're going to continuously improve our service I think it's in the "assumption that we will figure it out".
The systems and services that Briswell develops have been quite maintenance oriented for several years now, but I think we are starting to receive more detailed requests for this area from our clients.
The understanding and demands for application architecture are becoming more and more detailed, and I think the trend toward microservices and loosely coupled systems is accelerating.
However, in recent months, we've seen a lot of clients go one step further and come to a common understanding in advance when they start to think about their business.
I've already gone on quite long before I get to the main topic, so I'll leave the technical details for the next time. .
In addition, I tried to write this blog entirely in voice input, but it contains quite a lot of spoken words. So I'm hoping that technology will fix this area to a literary tone as well.