I'm trying to settle a debate. We're having my brother design our own lawn care software to do things like contracts, estimates, routing, billing...pretty much everything you'd need in this line of work. He's never worked in this industry and is coming solely from a technology perspective. He thinks it would be a great idea to have the software COMPLETELY online. As in, he wouldn't offer a desktop version. You'd have to download it and then be online any time you wanted to use it. His argument is that the world is becoming more technology driven and the lawncare industry needs to keep up. Our argument is that it should NOT be online and the lawn care industry does not NEED to keep up with technology. We don't think there's any need for it to be online and lots of LCOs won't want to have to be online any time they want to use their software. Who is right? Are we fighting a needless battle? Do LCOs want to move to an all-online format? Or is my brother living in his own technology bubble? I'm not asking if you already have software or if you would buy this kind. I'm just asking that IF you were in the market for software, would you want software that is 100% online?