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Thread began 8/15/2010 8:52 pm by neilo | Last modified 8/16/2010 1:35 pm by neilo | 698 views | 4 replies

neilo

Foresight

I would like to see a little more evidence of 'considered' planning from the sales department.

Sale deals are great, and I can understand that forewarnings of 'sale deals' defeat the purpose (customers would just wait), but I think there are circumstances when a bit of common sense might be applied.

For instance, at the time of the release of the Framework Builder, I would assume that the sales Department had already agreed plans for a sale in the following couple of weeks (50% off everything). It might have been sensible (considerate) at that time to make the introductory offer for the new (Framework) extension at least equal to the % saving of the pending sale.

Time and again there is disappointment that an offer one day (prompting a sale) can be trumped by an improved offer on subsequent days.

In this instance, a 'special introductory offer' of the framework knocked $20 off the list price. Presumably a number of people paid out for that offer. A couple of weeks later, and I get it for over $40 less than list.

An initial 'Introductory Offer' for the new framework of 50% reduction would have coincidentally negated miffed feelings of early purchasers, and shown that the sales department has some grasp, some kind of oversight, of what's going on.

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