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Buy cheap, buy twice – don't waste your money when purchasing software

Buy cheap, buy twice – don't waste your money when purchasing software

Buy cheap, buy twice – don't waste your money when purchasing software

15.04.2015

This article by Judica Krikke is about the challenges people face when purchasing software and how, sometimes, the best can be the cheapest. This article is an English translation of the original version which was published in Dutch in the third edition (volume 2) of online magazine Growth Quarterly in 2015.

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