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From: "Dave" <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Genbox and the future
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 10:50:53 +1000
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> And I fail how to see how marketing (or lack thereof) would influences one
> purchasing decisions. Either the software meets your wants and needs or
> doesn't. > IMHO. CheriC
So it meets your needs this year, but what about next year or the year after
that or another 5 years down the track.
Marketing gives you the confidence that the software is going to be around
for awhile. Also the more profitable it is, the better the chance of
continued upgrades and bug fixes.
I committed to GB about 5 years ago, but I wouldn't be doing so now.