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Don't Just Roll The Dice: A usefully short guide to software pricing

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Don't Just Roll The Dice: A usefully short guide to software pricing
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Publisher: Red gate books
ISBN/ASIN: 1906434387
ISBN-13: 9781906434380
Number of pages: 81

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How do you price your software? Is it art, science or magic? How much attention should you pay to your competitors? This short handbook will provide you with the theory, practical advice and case studies you need to stop yourself from reaching for the dice.

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