As most of our customers and followers in this blog and elsewhere know, developing and running Megaventory has always been and still is an exciting adventure we’ve been on for the past few years. It gives us purpose and fulfillment and we hope to have helped our customers along the way into running their businesses better.
Over the past couple of years we’ve introduced many new features, made Megaventory elaborate while at the same time keeping it simple, squashed bugs, listened to customer feedback, designed new capabilities and started the cycle all over again. Indeed, just comparing the first early milestone of Megaventory -the stable version of September 2010– with its current version, is enough to understand the long way we’ve come.
We have however reached another important milestone. The product has matured and is past its growing pains stage but the business is evolving too and we’re starting to feel its growing pains. We understand its needs – we always listen to the requests of our customers – to expand and integrate with other services, for example. We know the points which need further improvement.
To be able to fulfill those requirements we need additional resources and it is for this reason that we’ve taken the hard decision to increase prices on Megaventory to approximately USD9.90 per user per month. This may seem like bad news but in reality it’s not if you think about it.
- We’re still one of the best value for money solutions in the market given the competition rates and the features we offer.
- We’ve kept a low price point – way lower than the competition has been – for three years now and in the meantime added a ton of new features.
- We’re also giving you plenty of time to consider your options and one of them is that you can actually keep the existing pricing plan – just go to your administration console and extend your subscription for however long your want to keep it.
- Finally, consider that this will bring an improved support and development of the service your business has grown alongside with.
All existing customers have been notified already so if this is news to you, you should check your mailbox. The new pricing plan can be found here and will go into effect on July 1st. In the meantime, do not hesitate to contact us if you require any clarifications.
We hope that you will continue to support us in this next step we’re taking in evolving Megaventory – and consequently your business as well – into our vision of becoming the best ERP solution for the small and medium sized business.
Dimitris Athanasiadis oversees Operations and Customer Relations in Megaventory.