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September 26, 2011

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TM lost me a long time ago and I think they priced themselves out of the market. I am a one man operation and for me to upgrade from TM5, the price was outrageous. TM5 works fine for me but if the pricing was more reasonable I would upgrade. TM is now $950 for a new license and to me, there are other programs out there that will work just as well for a fraction of the cost. For bigger companies, they can absorb the cost of such software.

The SQL database would be nice but for $950 Top Speed works very well thank you.

The word scathing comes to mind after reading this lol. However this is all very valid and it is a rather frustrating situation for customers and consultants alike. "they have been unwilling to acknowledge potential defects in an open way" that pretty much sums it up. From a programmers perspective there are so many minor modification that could be made particularly at the database level to get these application to a scalable functional level and every time a release comes out I think they will be accounted for and the database schema is exactly the same.

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