Only buy exceptionally viable products. And if you like the cutting edge, work with a software company that truly puts your interests first.

Part 2

If you read Part 1, you’ll notice I am responding to the questions posed in that blog in reverse order.

If service firms don’t accept Bitcoin, I understand. The point is that Bitcoin’s value is just about as predictable as, I think you get the point.

Personally, I’ve never liked software demonstrations.

Allowing service firms the use of your office space is good for whom? I have this vision of when I moved to California in the 80’s and noticed random houses covered in giant tents…BECAUSE OF TERMITES. Fumigate!

Open ended and nebulous SOW’s, because no one really knows.

There’s big money in consulting and I’m all for it, just not at the expense of choking out a company and exhausting its employees. Implementations should be in small increments and value should be delivered with each increment before any additional investment is made.

Only buy exceptionally viable products. And if you like the cutting edge, work with a software company that truly puts your interests first.

Great software sales people have most likely sold you software based off of really slick marketing posters. They probably had no idea they were being extensively trained to sell something fragile and immature. At the end of the day, you signed the agreement. You should offer them forgiveness.

And by the way, those ten legged sales calls are paid for by none other than…You!

From now on, purchase Software on Your Terms.

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