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I'm fairly software illiterate but I have a software concept that I think would be successful in the market. Essentially, it involves having a program that would replace work and analysis that is done by many companies (where the have the knowledge in-house to do so) in Microsoft Excel and Access. The program would provide a specific, easy to use, and pretty(!) tool, but from a programming perspective I imagine it would be relatively straightforward; as I said it would replicate activities that can be done in Excel and Access.   
Given my ignorance of software development I don't really have any idea how to get this to market. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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Tip: For Microsoft to get their Excel and Access programs to where they are today, took huge teams of designers, programmers, etc. untold gadzillions of man hours.

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