The Fine Art of Back-Pedaling on a GoldMine Offer

Susan Ellsworth

On very rare occasions, I have to back pedal on something I said or did. Or did not do. Today is one of those days. In my March 25 blog, some of the data I posted about the latest GoldMine Premium Edition offers were just plain wrong.

Here is what I should have said.

First: All the promotions below expire on April 30, 2010. To take advantage of these offers, please contact Pequod Systems before April 26.

Welcome Back to GoldMine is an offer for GoldMine Corporate Edition Customers who have been off of maintenance for more than six (6) months and who now want to upgrade to GoldMine Premium Edition with a minimum of five (5) seats. All existing seats of GoldMine must be upgraded. Please contact Pequod Systems before April 26 to take advantage of this offer.

The bottom line from Front Range for such a customer with five seats of GoldMine is $2,940. Here are figures showing a sample breakout for five (5) licenses.

The Upgrade from Corporate Edition to GoldMine Premium Edition is for customers who are currently on maintenance, and who will upgrade with a minimum of five GMPE seats. All seats must be upgraded.   This FrontRange offer for five seats at $488.00 per seat includes a required $139.00 annual maintenance.

Then there is the Director’s Special for Standard Edition users. The FrontRange offering is an upgrade at $544 per seat, including $139 per seat required maintainance.  A minimum of six (6) seats is required.  Standard Edition users please note:  GoldMine Premium Edition with multiple users requires a server and workstations.

Once again, the fine print
There is no return for any reason. Clients will be invoiced for renewal at the then current rates. The sale is final and non-returnable.  That includes the End User License Agreement.

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