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Hi, The question of a "good software" package really does require a bit more of a review to ascertain what is suitable to your needs, and I say this after reviewing multiple software packages and business requirement cases in many different verticals and industries. Some of the things you wi...

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Free 'basic' versions and paid 'pro' versions of software are very common, so it's definately _possible_ that it could be viable. If you want to get investment you'll have to make as convincing an argument as possible that 1) in your hands, 2) with your product, and 3) with your market, it _will_...

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I did not actually have too much experience with bookkeeping platforms before. But we stick with Xero and there is no reason why I should look for another option.

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This is the Billion $ question for which there could be a Billion answers. I can share my personal experiences based on some the mistakes I made during my early startup days (post 911). First, I am concerned that you have built an enterprise software solution without a 'First Customer' or even 'F...

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In my experience, the longer sales cycle requires more attention. The metrics will be unique to your business, but you can't go wrong with these: Marketing & Sales Metrics Look at metrics that will help you scale and project growth, and then accelerate opportunity to close velocity #s and conve...

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After having many live demos go awry, I attempt to avoid live demos as much as possible. That being said, a few thoughts, in no particular order. I prefer to rely on screenshots and animation which can typically illustrate my product as well, if not better than an actual demo. Screenshots an...

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In my past life as a back office Account Executive at Oracle (and having competed against SAP in numerous sales cycles), selecting an implementation partner for a project as complex and important as an ERP implementation should not be taken lightly. I believe your question shouldn't be asking "...

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My recommendation would be to outsource for as long as possible and focus your time and energy elsewhere. Build the simplest, least expensive solution possible and test whether there is sufficient marketplace demand for the concept before investing one dime more than necessary. Cheers, Frank

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