Every company uses software to function. Whether it is a Fortune 500 technology company or a sole-proprietor landscaping company, software is integral to businesses large and small. Software provides a means to track employees, customers, inventory, and scheduling. Data moves through a myriad of systems, networks, and software, providing insights to businesses looking to stay competitive. Some of that software is built within the organization or purchased and integrated. It enables organizations to move quickly and stay ahead of their competition. In the United States, software in various industries, including finance, sales, human resources, and supply chains, has seen a steady increase, and the trend is continuing. Over the next decade, software in these industries will see a steady increase in market size. For instance, in 2020, the market size of global business software and service was nearly $390 billion and is expected to have an annual growth of 11% from 2021 to 2028. This expansion is based on the increasing need for automation and processing solutions in nearly every sector of the economy.