Posted 11/28/2022 07:36 (#9953913 - in reply to #9951503) Subject: RE: Traction
South Central MN
That's all fine, but it still comes down to the fact that if you're small enough to not being doing hours and hours of bookwork each week, then it is difficult to justify Traction's cost, even if accounting for any other benefits. My whole point of all of this is that the other benefits don't scale down as well as they scale up. It might be saving you 5 or 10 hours per week, but it might only save me 20 minutes. I agree that's its a really cool evolution in ag accounting, I just wish they had more pricing options (even if still subscription) for smaller operations. I started using centerpoint well before I would have needed to for the size of my operation so that all my records would be in the same format and I wasn't transitioning to a more capable program during a period of growth. I'd apply the same idea to Traction if it were more affordable on a smaller scale.
Also, the million bushels of grain wasn't meant in any way as a dig at you. Was just using it as an example.