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3 responses to “Just Because You Can Does Not Mean You Should”

  1. Siva

    Thanks for following our blogs! Nice post and excellent title :)

    Having said that, I would like to clarify, Zoho Invoice users are not only freelancers and small companies. Somebody signing up for our elite plan and sending about 1500 invoices per month is not a small guy, is he? Our job is to help our users by providing a feature rich, powerful and flexible service. It is for our users to decide whether to use a particular functionality or not.

    I completely agree with you, when you say that they have to be careful and exercise their judgment while using these features.

    Siva
    Team Zoho

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  3. Chirstina

    I did check Zoho invoice after reading this review. The application looked really good to me. Previously I had also registered for http://www.invoicera.com/ and found it to be inexpensive.