Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Quick piece of wisdom  :-)

If it's free, that could mean several things (at least one of them being true):

* you are the product
* being only a user and not a paying customer, you won't receive the same level of support
(that's free, so you use it at your own risk and you cannot expect a fully customer service experience)
* free could be part also of a freemium offer, meaning if you need more tools/support/advice... , you have to pay
* it's open source - so a certain level of volunteering/pleasure/passion is behind
* free for personal use only (so not at corporate level)
* needing refinement  ;-)
* PR stunt at corporate level - the xxx first customers will have a preferential offer
* PR stunt individually (showing your own capabilities)

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