Friday, February 1, 2008

Interview on TrenchMice

Here. It's interesting he worries our price point might be a bit premium vs. some of the free tools out there. We've been getting a lot opposite feedback that our price point may be too low for many enterprises looking for a high level of support. Of course we like to think we've found the right middle-ground, with good value combined with excellent support.

I appreciate his optimistic view of our long-term prospects, but let's hope things progress faster than he predicts. This is the lightning-fast world of Web 2.0, right?

1 comment:

Nkaters said...

Tory,
Thanks for posting a link to our conversation. I am pleased to hear that you have heard feedback on your price points from outside sources. I was basing that particular critique on the Web 2.0 Magazine article I referenced.

I hope that OpenTeams progresses faster than I project though I stand by my projection. I am confident that OpenTeams will grow in upcoming years though I think that it will take time even in the lightning-fast world of Web 2.0.

Nick Katers