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Old November 12th, 2012, 08:00 AM
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How To Maintain Basic and PRO Versions With Same Code Base

When you are selling out of the box software you quickly start getting customization inquiries. We get this all the time. Usually I have to handle these in case-to-case basis, means wed just hack a custom version for the client and move on. Some requests are seen more often than once and I often figure out it would be a good idea to add their customization as a future feature for the next version of the upgrade. (In this case of course I let the client know what I think, and charge less than otherwise).

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