Same price for any number of users

We believe "self-hosted" web-based software should not be priced on a "per user" basis.

That's why all Jitbit's web-based products are priced "per product".

This is our mantra, our "mission statement" and what makes us different from the competition. This is what it's like today and this is how it stays forever.

Hope we made ourselves clear on this

For instance: no matter how many users and "service technicians" will work in the web-based helpdesk, the price is the same. Two technicians? Ten? A hundred? It's fine.

Let's admit it, the development costs are the same - no matter how many users work within the app.

What about SaaS?

Yes, this makes sense with a SaaS-solution (hosted helpdesk in our example) that is hosted on our server... We pay for traffic, we pay for cloud storage, we pay for RAM and CPU power we rent from a cloud provider.

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Oct 20 2017
Product Update: Hosted Helpdesk network issues resolved

Product Update: Hosted Helpdesk network issues resolved

This post is for our hosted helpdesk customers only. I figured we owe them an explanation of what's been happening here last week.

I'm writing this at 4:00am CET after a sleepless night and several days of struggle, but it's OK, I'm probably the happiest man in central Europe right now. We have finally resolved the latest challenge we had: occasional connectivity issues between our cloud servers.

Oct 9 2017
10 Painfully Clear Signs Your Customer Service Sucks (and What You Can Do About It)

10 Painfully Clear Signs Your Customer Service Sucks (and What You Can Do About It)

A breakup always begs the question: Could I have prevented this separation?

When it comes to businesses and losing valuable customers, the answer is almost always yes.

US companies lose an estimated $84 billion every year due to poor customer service.

Despite the numbers, there are very few business owners or customer support managers who would openly admit their customer service just plain sucks.

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