A guide to the features and uses for the Standard and Premier versions of Business Plan Pro.
Palo Alto Software offers two versions of its Business Plan Pro software. They include: Standard and Premier. If you are new to business and are looking for a basic start, you should consider Business Plan Pro. Those who are interested in more features and a greater level of benefits, though, should consider what the Premier edition can do for them.
Are you looking to raise funding from investors? If so, you need a program such as Business Plan Premier backing you. With this, you are able to generate a plan, including graphs and projections, which will surely impress investors.
Just because your business is established doesn’t mean you should ignore outside help. If your business has a history, Business Plan Premier is right for you. There are many reasons for this. Above all else, you are able to import data from outside sources, such as Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.
Do you want to visualize your cash flow? Unlike the Standard edition, Business Plan Pro 11 Premier shows you how your cash is coming in and going out as well as how your finances are affecting your business as a whole.
For these added benefits, as well as many others, you will have to spend around $200 excluding any Palo Alto Discounts. While this is $100 more than the Standard edition, for what you get you are going to be a happy business owner!
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