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Susan W. Gallagher wrote:
> But here I disagree. Although I've only done a true telephone survey
> in conjunction with beta testing (and I suppose you could assume that
> beta customers are more receptive to answering questions than are the
> buying kind), I got some excellent feedback -- and comments like,
> "Wow! A software company that cares! Cooool!"
> Another thought -- I have in the past, and probably will again, asked
> technical support to provide me with phone numbers of customers who
> call in with problems -- particularly if they mention the documentation
> during the call. You can get a good view of the doc's shortcomings from
> these people. Of course, they'll seldom have anything *good* to say.
We also have followed up with potential customers evaluating the
software. Particularly in the cases where the customer mentions
documentation as a reason for rejecting the software.
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