Loan Management Software- Annual Plan or ...

Would you prefer a subscription low fee annual plan for software or pay one-time for a software developer that would cost thousands plus the annual maintenance? What is your thought on this? Let me know,

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Incomplete story.

I don't know how much the software makes the company verses old fashioned spreadsheets and contact managers.

-> If there is a winner the CIO of the company would study it and build a model comparing the costs over say a year or two.

I will write that so far, any ready to deploy software usually wins the shootout on price.

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Agree with that as well

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