London, England, 14 November 2005, - BFO (Big Faceless Organization), in an unprecedented move, today confirms that all new versions of its software will be free of charge to clients with support contracts. In addition, it will freeze its current prices for the Big Faceless PDF Library, Report Generator and Graph Library for the next twelve months until November 2006.
An emerging major concern for business is calculating ongoing software costs which often spiral after the initial purchase with the release of new product versions. Companies spend considerable time in development and production and after making this commitment require some indication of what the future holds. BFO’s new pricing strategy has been developed to address these issues with a transparent pricing structure. Monica Kar, CEO of Big Faceless Organization says “the adoption of this policy meets the BFO goal to provide clients with unrivalled value that exceeds their expectations.”
BFO’s current support customers are justly rewarded for their loyalty. They are automatically covered for free new product versions as of today without incurring any additional expenditure. This will continue as long as support coverage is maintained. Clients will continue to receive the full service support that they have come to trust, which includes priority response rates, product update notifications, priority bug fixes and special feature requests. The only change is that clients no longer have to use a crystal ball to determine the true cost of future upgrades and new version releases. With BFO, you can relax because you’ve got it covered.
About BFO: BFO is a leading global provider of Java based reporting solutions founded in 1998. They produce a stable of robust Java components for the international B2B market. Such components include Report Generator, Graph and PDF Library. Report Generator comprises both Libraries and converts XML to PDF documents. Using JSP, ASP or similar technology, it is possible to create dynamic PDF reports as quickly and easily as HTML.