10 Signs You've Outgrown Your Business Software

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by CubaTBird, Dec 10, 2005.

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    yeah not much to say is there? i'm not sure about the reason for this being posted. :confused:
     
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    without any comments - I'm not sure what kind of discussion CubaTBird had in mind, but I see a list of problems vague enough to get most folks nodding their heads. I imagine this is the list of problems Vista will solve. Or a feeler to see which ones people respond to - and therefore which Vista feature to market. My 2 cents.
     
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    Well... I could see 1, 2, 5, 6, and 8 as a sign that you picked the wrong software to start with... And it seems I do number 2 where ever I go!!! (Was that what I wanted to say?)
     
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    You should get a handle on that,,, doing number 2 everywhere you go is rather anti social... :D

    I bet we could use this same list as reasons to buy software, training, consulting, widgets, gadgets, and doo hickeys. These are all fairly common problems in a business setting. And part of selling is gettting a customer to reflect on their problems, and how the seller is going to fix them and make everyting better! And of course, MS has links to finding a MS Certified group, etc.
     
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    it was actually a double post.. yeah i originally posted this just to show microsoft's reasons to upgrade to more recent versions of their software.. whether it be office or windows etc.
     
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    Seems like most of those could apply to a list entitled "Top 10 Signs You're Using Windows" :D
     

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