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Re: Pricing 'Odoo Technical Traininng'by
I do not know the contents of the training, but I assume that quality is high because of your experience in performing trainings.
So in my opinion 100$ is underpriced. Note that you are giving guarantee of your personal availability for answering questions.
The price of that kind means that there will be a lot of sign ups. I was performing on-site trainings for Odoo in Belgium multiple times and know that giving out material is not enough.
Q&A section is what gives 80% value of the training and makes your students satisfied. So in my opinion fare price for guarantees that you give is 750$. In other case, I think, your capacity will not be enough to handle everybody.
For 100$ you can give out training for self-learning without your involvement. That is to cover your expenses on creating it and your intellectual property.
But I recommend you to go not for quantity, but for quality as that is the most important now in Odoo world.
Technical Director, XPANSA Group | ERP, BI, E-commerce, Data Mining and DMS consulting
Thanks for the clarification Mohamed. I am glad to see you are getting some compliments on your work. I have been frustrated with the lack of available training options for v8, especially technical training. I think you will do very well.I agree with an earlier statement that the price now is realistic for 15 minutes of training, but when all 38 courses are completed I would pay as high as $750. Primarily because the topics you have planned are excellent and extremely valuable. I also agree that the discussion forum is a great addition. Hopefully you will have time and can add additional workshops and be able to charge extra for them as well. I'm sure if you took a poll you could get ideas for what would be popular.Again, congratulations. I hope you are successful and I will sign up now.BillieOdoo + PrintXWeb-to-PrintPrint MIS
/ERPOn Sat, Dec 6, 2014 at 4:48 AM, Mohamed Magdy <email@example.com> wrote:Hello Billie,
I am so sorry for this mistake, It was my fault.You still have the chance to subscribe for $100 here, as you are one of the first 50 developers.
After the first 50 coupons is sold out it will cost you $400 here.
The course is under construction, I will publish (4-6) lectures every Sunday.
I apologize again and again for this mistakeThank youOn Sat, Dec 6, 2014 at 11:28 AM, Billie Mead <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Mohamed, I have been following since your first email. I visit your website and the price says $100. So I wrote you this afternoon and inquired about the $100 course and you replied it was sold out at that price, but for $400 I could register. I went right back to your website and the price was changed to $400 and indeed it said sold out.Now you tell others on the same community list it's available for $100? What is the price? And what is included? 38 courses are advertised but only 7 have published content and the remaining 31 say 'Upcoming'.Billie MeadOn Sat, Dec 6, 2014 at 3:47 AM, Mohamed Magdy <email@example.com> wrote:Hello Jörg,
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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 <email@example.com> wrote: