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The Massachusetts Software Council.

THE MASSACHUSETTS SOFTWARE COUNCIL THE MASSACHUSETTS SOFTWARE COUNCIL on the findings of a recent survey of 220 companies: "There have been fewer barriers to entry than in many other industries. Someone with an exciting product idea can bring it to fruition in a short period of time for relatively little money. As evidence of this, 53% of all respondents spent less than $100,000 before their first product sale and 52% shipped their product within 12 months of company inception." (Massachusetts Software Council, "Software Industry Survey")
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Title Annotation:comment on survey findings
Publication:Soft-Letter
Date:Nov 27, 1989
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