My $5 a user is taking on a life of it's own
I did pick a number out of the air
There is a model in my head where it's possibly free, but that is in my head
I can see next week people running around saying Verb products are free...
But if a company is charging for something, $5 would be the lowest
But what exactly would that be for?
Verb Recorded or Verb Live?
You see, the Microsoft Pitch was a recorded use case
You ever have someone call you and the first thing they say is...
I started typing an email to you, but I thought this would be easier. Sorry if I am interrupting you...
yeah you are...
Is Verb Recorded the next evolution of the answering machine?
red, you totally lost me there
Video messages, no interruptions and btw, they are interactive
You want to get noticed?
Send someone an interactive video message
There are now 1.2 billion Office users and 60 million Office 365 commercial customers
Office 365 is used by over a million companies worldwide,
I think Microsoft used to publish stats on usage. Maybe they still do, but I read the 10Q and couldn't find them. There are a lot of sites that throw some numbers out there.
Office 365 which Microsoft renamed to Microsoft 365 has a ton of companies paying for their product.
Not everyone knows this, but Microsoft Outlook is free and been that way for years
Will that change, I don't know
Microsoft did something smart earlier this year
Introduced family plans. Many of the office products for $99/year
I don't see Teams in that package though
You calculations might be slightly off
Factor in gmail users
You can skip AOW users though
Verb didn't invent videos, CRM, sampling, a bucket or sticks
It's what you do with them is what counts