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What Software Do You Legally Own For Your Business?

Allegrif

Allegrif

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And how much of your monthly expenses does it make up?

I personally own a couple of XenForo licenses which are a small annual cost, and then I have Adobe Creative Cloud which costs me £47/month (I think). I'm considering scaling this back to just the Photoshop package at £7.

I also have Microsoft Office, but that's on a lifetime license.
 
St Rhenium

St Rhenium

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I have the monthly Microsoft Office subscription, I think it's 7 or 8 pounds per month. I have other paid software, but that's mainly for personal use - things like iSkysoft Media Converter and Internet Download Manager.
 
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Michael72

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CRM in my opinion is the cornerstone of business and customer relationship management. This system can really streamline your business, and improve your sales performance. I use CRM system from FIRMAO in my company. The system meets all my needs and I think it is one of the best on the market.
 
jessicaherron9

jessicaherron9

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Microsoft office is the best and common software almost all offices use this software.
 
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abraham06

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We use Custom Developed Software for our business developed by the company name "Cubix,"
 
Matt Rumbelow

Matt Rumbelow

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And how much of your monthly expenses does it make up?

I personally own a couple of XenForo licenses which are a small annual cost, and then I have Adobe Creative Cloud which costs me £47/month (I think). I'm considering scaling this back to just the Photoshop package at £7.

I also have Microsoft Office, but that's on a lifetime license.
Out of curiosity, what do you use Photoshop for? I dislike it for anything other than photo editing.
 
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