Miscellaneous updates

1 03 2008

The recent blogging slowdown (only one post in February) happened to correspond to one intense half-sick, half-busy month. Since releasing the latest version of ClimbPoint at the end of January my attention has been on finishing up my final report of everything I’ve done up to this point. Let me say this much: I have way more to blog about than I have time, but hopefully we’ll get there sooner rather than later.

A few of the posts on the way…

The market for climbing wall management software It’s definitely bigger than I thought, and the initial feedback that I’ve received is that there are quite a few gym managers out there looking for specialized climbing software.

Setting a price point I’m still chasing my tail a bit in terms of setting a price for ClimbPoint when I post it for sale in a couple months, but I’ve gained some insight into what it takes to put a price tag on a bunch of carefully organized bits.

Sales projections This is where I’ll combine the wealth of information set forth in the previous two posts. I put together a three year income & expense statement, a cash flow sheet, and a balance statement.

Feedback from my awesome beta testers I can’t wait to write this post. I’ve talked with all but one of my six beta testers and have received some great feedback, and quite a few glowing reviews. This post will highlight those reviews and generally help me feel like this whole thing has been worthwhile.

If I don’t post here again by next week, please send me a polite but firm email telling me to get it in gear 🙂 contact me




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