The buyer’s bill of rights for process automation solutions: Part 1
Leadership Insights from Nintex CEO Eric Johnson
If you were buying a new car and thought you’d settled on a final price, and then found out you’d have to pay extra for the tires, how would you feel about that?
What if there was an ongoing surcharge for every additional mile on the odometer?
The issue is not strictly about pricing—rather, it’s about a clear, unambiguous, and transparent exchange of value: the customer has agreed to pay X, and in return, the seller has agreed to deliver certain products or services for that agreed-upon price.
Sometimes it isn’t always clear what buyers are getting in exchange. Download the strategic paper to equip yourself and your teams with guidance around large technology investments.