The heart of a company, let's not turn around it, is a good idea. Neither more nor less.
Yet, how many times does an idea run the risk of failing to take off due to the lack of sturdy "legs" that allow it to take the right speed and take off?
The main problem for those who want to get this idea off the ground is that often the tools for innovative startups are not made with criteria of excellence or devoted to efficiency: this structural "lack" is a serious obstacle, it is probably the most important brake to the development of new businesses. There is no real platform that helps developers to refine (and distribute! Sore point) their services and / or products in the most fair and effective way possible, taking care of all aspects of the process.
Actually I should have said "missing" given the launch of TIM OPEN, a b2b platform that focuses on developers, software houses, IT operators and startups. This is a set of tools, the one proposed, which constitutes a particularly complete quality infrastructure to carry out the entire "final" process of a project: everything that is, in other words, from the structuring of an app to distribution through a dedicated marketplace: the TIM Digital Store . The ICT solutions that arise from the basic idea will be able to grow more easily and, thanks to the Cloud, can be scalable over time: the availability of the TIM service APIs provided in the platform (SMS, geolocation) can then enrich them with additional functions that would otherwise entail additional costs of research and development (more precious time lost: more money that erodes the budget!)
Few worries also for managing the sales of your app (including all aspects related to billing) and advertising: it's all integrated in #TIMOPEN. Developers will only have to focus on what they do best. Quite simply: design & develop. When we say "safeguard your Working Capital" :)
Just register on open.tim.it in order to have access to the platform and from there start to use all the tools that TIM OPEN makes available to structure, develop and subsequently sell its product through the privileged channel of the TIM Digital Store, a meeting point between developers and companies who need to grow their business: thanks to the presence of such an important operator, it is clearly a widespread channel that ensures great visibility.
Question of the hundred guns: "What does TIM gain?" It is right, legitimate to ask such a question. I find nothing wrong with it.
In a nutshell: it is a revenue share model. TIM, as it is obvious to imagine, earns a small percentage on the sales of the app created. I find it obvious and right: a small slice of cake to those who gave you the ingredients and the oven to cook them is the least you can do to show your gratitude!