Henry Ford was visionary and smart. Smart about how he built his cars and his business. He helped create the automobile world in America. His great stroke of genius was to recognize that with the right techniques, cars could be made more affordable for the general public and that the general public would want them.
In the early 1900, automobile companies were building individual cars and for only rich people. From the beginning, Henry Ford wanted to build a sturdy, inexpensive car for most Americans. When Model T was introduced in the early 1900s and cost $825, most working people could not afford it. Ford understood that to achieve his goal is to make cars affordable to any American, and he had cut the cost and increased productivity. Within years he created innovations that brought the cost down to as low as $360. He developed and manufactured the first automobile that many middle-class Americans could afford! This is still considered one of the greatest innovations in history.
Now you’re in the driver’s seat (of your own company), and you get to decide where you want to go with your product development. At ATI, we help develop innovative products at an affordable price and cut down our customer’s overhead expenses by 40% – 50%. This change alone can reduce your management overhead.
ATI’s technology strategies for business
We are a lower-priced, higher-value technology company, and we had been doing this since 1987. We eliminate legacy applications and complex architectures. The combination of reusing pre-tested modules and OpenSource Programs allows our customers to reduce the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) drastically. ATI has years of experience in application development. In each development cycle, we adapt and reuse the best modules and processes that have been refined and well tested. We make it simple. We avoid complex architecture and use OpenSource when possible. We make development cheaper and less complex, which cuts costs. Furthermore, we help our clients reduce the development cost drastically by optimizing sourcing and staff augmentation.