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Re: Pricing 'Odoo Technical Traininng'by Jörg Ricardo Schumacher<firstname.lastname@example.org> - 12/06/2014 04:42:24
no it did not because the trainings I spoke about was about different, proprietary software (for example: software to calculate the legality of an employee duty shift schedule based on legal rules and algorithms), therefore it had nothing to do with odoo.
Thank you for trusting me and for joining the course.
I wish I can deliver what you expect from me :)
But I still have a question:
Did the live training you had before cover the new APIs of Odoo v8.0?
you still have the chance to subscribe here for $100.
But I could not understand, you or your company were able to pay $2000+ but you do not able to pay $400 ?
I know it is not a live training, But I offer you a permanent access to the course, the course will be upgraded all the time and many other audience to discuss your issues.
I offer almost an instant response to the audiences.
Can I ask, did the live training you had before covered the new APIs of Odoo v8.0?
On Sat, Dec 6, 2014 at 10:32 AM, Jörg Ricardo Schumacher <email@example.com> wrote:
I have seen the thread and was about to take the course for your first offer, $100 or even for your second offer, $200. But now, it is $400 and this seems overpriced for me and the fellow from my company, so I cannot get my company to pay me for this course anymore. And I am not sitting in India or Pakistan but in Germany.
I have attended other IT courses and paid $2000 and up for one week, but it was live, with two instructors, mostly in a nice environment and they had to pay the hotel for the conference room, they had to pay travel costs etc. etc.
So unfortunately, for $400, with me you have the first customer *not* taking your course.
On 05.12.2014 02:43, Baba Kevin wrote:<blockquote cite="mid:2BBBBC21-ECC0-485E-B844-C701F7837B71@88k.com.tw" type="cite">
Honestly, you’d be competing with Odoo itself for training. As of now, you are one of the first to market with a $200 course that covers all the Odoo essentials, so there will be little incentive for potential competitors. If you raise you price above the $500 mark, I’m sure you’d eventually see more competition. As a reference, I just paid $250 for training from http://www.odooclass.com and learned what I needed to get going, so your price point now seems good.
I need to ask you about the price of the course as some friends asked me to raise the price 10 times at least to be $2000.
is it OK or Not ?what is the most reasonable price in your opinion ?You can find the course here
On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 3:00 AM, Mohamed Magdy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: