This is awesome news that hits the fundamentals of our business model. The first step to improving your processes is documenting them. We know that if we make that cheap, simple and easy - people will at least use Tallyfy and begin down that road.
Until now, we expected people to want "automation" - which is awesome, but it's a higher order activity that comes after you know/agree what your processes are. In other words - you need to walk before you can run :)
With this in mind - our homepage now features the "Docs" plan where you can just create/move in your operations manual (just to read, not to launch processes and track them). It's miles better than using Word/Google Docs or flowcharts (the current status quo) and it's very low-cost to boot!
It's a no-brainer. Why would you not want this?
The journey to full automation is presented as a progressive one - which costs more as we deliver more and more value. We're very excited about this evolution. We are presenting our story and framework to prospects based on progressive value and not just saying "here is our pricing".
Such a strategy is really important to get right - in order to address different levels of maturity in terms of where a company is on improving their operations. We've also built out and clarified our add-ons strategy, in order to add incremental revenue streams over and above the core subscription.
We've had tremendous interest from investors, and a bunch of investors and VC's are getting in touch with us privately through our website to talk about larger investments. This is because they want to invest more than what Republic allows as a maximum. Due to this and other factors, we are raising the minimum investment going forward (for new investors) from $50 to $100. It helps us get there faster so that we can get down to execute with the resources we need.