In this episode of The Power Automate Podcast, I interview Matthew C. Scharf about the power automation industry, a trend that is slowly but surely coming to fruition.
Power automation is the process of automating a company’s pricing. Think of it as a way of cutting costs. This is done by automating the process itself. For example, if a company has a lot of products, they could automate the process of pricing them by adding a few more features. For instance, if a company has a lot of software, it could automate the process of pricing those software packages.
This might sound like a silly question, but in the power automation business, do you need to automate all of your accounting? I mean, do you need to get a robot accountant? No, but there are a few accounting books that would benefit from automation. For instance, I’m a big fan of the SBA FICO reports. The reports are the only reports that include detailed financial information for a company.
SBA FICO’s have been a huge success for our company. By using the reports we save $800,000 annually in fees associated with audits, and by automatically pricing our packages we save $2,500,000 annually in fees associated with our software, which is a huge deal in the world of software pricing.
In our view, the cost of our software is a great deal because it’s based on a basic understanding of how our software works.
A lot of companies are concerned about the cost of their software. We think the cost of our software is actually a huge deal, and we think it’s a great deal because the cost of software is based on a basic understanding of how our software works.
A lot of companies are concerned about the cost of software, with the cost of software being based on a basic understanding of how their software works. The cost of our software is based on our understanding of how our software works. Our cost of our software is based on our understanding of our software. Because we’re using our software, we’re using our software.
This is a huge deal because a lot of people are concerned about the cost of software, and with the cost of software being based on a basic understanding of how our software works, a lot of companies are concerned that they don’t understand their software, they don’t know what they’re doing, or they’re just not getting the job done. We want to change that.
Power automation is a way that companies can make their software cheaper, or at least more affordable. Many software companies just make their software proprietary and leave it to the individual to take care of the details, and that creates a situation where the software is no longer as affordable as it could be. With Power Automation, we can change that by creating an open-source software which is supported by a variety of software vendors.
I’d be willing to bet that it takes some effort to get Power Automation to work around this problem. I think it’s something that there can be some form of automation that can be used to change the price of software that is no longer available on a single vendor.