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What is the best business plan writing software?
If you have used business plan writing software, what would you recommend? Here's a list of the top business plan software programs:
April 21, 2011 in Business Plans | Permalink
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I would go for business plan pro software.Business Plan Pro used to come with a money back guarantee. It's an ok tool to start your business plan. However, as someone else noted, no BP is cookie cutter. There's really no way to avoid creating spreadsheets that contain much more detailed information than could ever be included in software.
May 30, 2011 at 11:08 PM
I totally agree with Dacy. Spreadsheets are the necessary evil that is needed to maintain your business.
For the survey, however, I would have used https://www.surveyprof.com instead of Survey Monkey. SurveyProf is 100% free, while it offers the same services.
Eduart Hargreaves |
June 01, 2011 at 12:42 AM
I totally agree business plan pro used to come with a money back guarantee.There's really no way to avoid creating spreadsheets that contain much more detailed information than could ever be included in software.I use literal software for article and novel writing software...
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June 24, 2011 at 11:53 PM
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