How would matching your technology spend to your technology use help your business?

Microservices and microtransactions are reshaping how consumers buy information management services and other technology. Instead of paying a large upfront licensing fees for all-in-one software packages that often go mostly unused, you pick the specific services you want (microservices) and pay only for the time those services are in actual use (microtransactions.) You gain: 

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Fast access to the latest applications and upgrades
Without a cloud information management system, businesses are setting themselves up for a huge challenge as they fall further and further behind.

Power of choice
Utilize only those applications and features your organization needs.

Attractive return on investment (ROI)
Maximize savings with microtransaction (pay-per-use) pricing.

The productivity of the entire office will increase when businesses move to the cloud. Not sure why you need cloud information management?
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Stop wasting money on unused software

Did you know 80% of software goes mostly or completely unused? Microservices and microtransactions represent a major shift from the traditional one-size-fits-all, large upfront licensing fee approach that contributes to software bloat. Here’s a closer look at this new approach to technology buying:


The term “microservices” comes from the microservices style of software architecture used to develop self-contained computer applications. Among the benefits: Applications and individual services can be updated and upgraded independent of each other. Related terms: Composable technology, containerization, modularity; end-user computing.


A billing model offering access to features and capabilities of a product and where the pricing is based on actual usage. Software users no longer need to purchase a full software license. Businesses can exactly match technology spend with technology needs.

See it in action

Digitech Systems’ next-generation robotic process automation (RPA) is the lowest-cost RPA in the industry. Users pay only pennies per hour for the time the electronic bots are performing common back-office tasks. The technology can be used independently from other Digitech Systems products or as a prebuilt integration.

Improve project speed

End the distractions and complications that come with dealing with software systems that include unnecessary software applications. Focus only on needed tools.

Gain financial freedom

Free resources for other priorities by reducing burdensome tech spending.

ensure reliability

Ensure reliability

Avoid complete system failure by utilizing decentralized products and services.

Use resources wisely

Reallocate capital saved from technical debt into other areas of your business.

Improve employee experience

Eliminate the complexities, confusion and roadblocks that can come with all-in-one tech.

Increase document and data security

Isolate applications from the host system and each other to avoid a complete cyber breach.