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Wow...talk about stepping in it! Day before yesterday, I posted a comment from
an eHelp R&D guy about AuthorIt being suited for large companies, and being an
expensive tool. And, while I did disclaim that I was passing on information
from a competing company, I regret now that I didn't do more to validate his
opinion before posting it.
As several others who are more knowledgeable about both AuthorIt's product and
eHelp's products have pointed out (both on list and off), AuthorIt's pricing
seems very reasonable, and it does seem to be intended for companies of many
My apologies to the list and to AuthorIt for not checking the facts. As
penance, I promise go go to the AuthorIt booth here at WinWriters and listen to
their sales pitch...twice! :-)
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