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Desktop apps still have a place in some B2B settings. For a year I worked for a company that developed software that managed fork lift battery inventories for warehouses. These were warehouses that had little to no internet connectivity on the floor and so having a desktop application was crucial. It was a niche market but highly profitable.



It always amazes me how a business can be built out of anything, "fork lift battery inventory" You just need to find a pain point.


Surprisingly, its such a pain point that a company would spend $50,000 - 150,000 for a single installation.




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