Owner Held Hostage - How to Avoid Technical Extortion When Buying Complex Solutions from Experts

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Buying a website or buying software from experts is a daunting task. A buyer can easily feel like they have lost control and that their project is spinning away from them toward a tragic end. Owner Held Hostage - the new eBook from veteran technologist Michael Wilkes of Dynamic Answers -- is the insider's guide to seizing the reins and staying in control of a complex project or purchase.

When buying something complex like a website or a software system, the experts doing the selling seem to have the edge. They typically know their craft, the available options, and the process of delivery much better than the purchaser. This knowledge gap is helpful (that's why they get paid) but it can also be dangerous. How does the buyer know they aren't being taken for a ride? What is the best way to level the playing field and retain project control?

Michael Wilkes, thirty year technology veteran and owner of Dynamic Answers, gives buyers the inside scoop on purchasing complex, project-based solutions in his new e-book "Owner Held Hostage." It covers such topics as:

  • What Is Really Being Sold
  • Where to Find Good Partners
  • Tricks for Budget Control
  • Preventing a Drop in Quality
  • How to Avoid Over-buying

Tom Mallory, an early reader of Owner Held Hostage, says, "Following Michael’s advice in this ebook will definitely save time and money."

"I see people every year who get trapped in complex projects that they cannot control," says Wilkes. "My goal in writing Owner Held Hostage is to arm them -- to give them the insider tips and techniques they need to remain confident and stay in control of their purchase."

This e-book is a great resource for anyone entering the technology purchasing arena, but it is a perfect companion for those buying websites and custom software.

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