The much-awaited business development software called Debugplan is going into exclusive beta.
(PRWEB) June 16, 2016
After much anticipation the creators behind Debugplan https://debugplan.com/ have announced an exclusive beta for people who have signed up for the company’s newsletter and through the Facebook page. The company has said that the beta will help it iron out any other flaws which are spotted when its runs across different use cases.
Debugplan is a labour of love by a team of serial entrepreneurs who set out to build a piece of software that would make managing a small business very easy. The software consists of several modules which are meant to take various pieces of information about the business like start-up capital, budget, advertising budget, business plan, etc. into the equation. The program is now able to take several categories of data and present users with useful information which takes the guesswork out of making critical decisions. It also helps start-ups to figure out exactly what pieces of information they need before being able to run a successful start-up.
“We have designed Debugplan to make it very easy for anyone to run a start-up. All the information a start-up owner need is at their fingertips. So whenever an important decision needs to be made like hiring a developer, outsourcing content, or running Google AdWords, the dashboard will tell you if in fact it’s a good idea. That’s a feature we are very proud of, and it’s something that will help start-ups of all types a great deal.” - Said the lead developer of Debugplan “I think Debugplan has the potential to increase the chance of a business’s success.”
Though there is no word on how long the Beta will be open for after launch but. The Debugplan team is also encouraging beta testers to share their feedback actively so that the system can be improved consequently. The Debugplan team has published a detailed article about the beta on the company's blog, including screenshots and signup options https://debugplan.com/blog/debugplan-for-private-beta.
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