1. Excellent article !
    As a feedback, I would like to expose the pricing model we have made in (saas software for project management).
    We think that “Simple is beautiful”. And then to keep it simple we have made the following assumption : the user is the king and must feel free to keep it active.
    This leads to the simplest pricing model terms and conditions exposed here :
    “No commitment, no obligation of payment, no license, you stop whenever you want without losing yout data, you be back whenever you want whether you want”. We consider that the user is “at home” and can do and can do what he want.
    The model clearly is based on the volume of users and their fidelity assuming they love our product.
    With simple model, the user is reassured and we can keep the IT simple, cheap and efficient.



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