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Major Fool, I'm sure they use $50k because that's what their chief competitor, Asana, uses.

I just wanted to raise this as it makes for an apples to orange comparison to other SaaS names we discuss here and I am sure many of them would have hit 147%+ growth if they reported a similar KPI.

Sorry Ron, but that is just total nonsense. To grow 147% you have you have have to have two and a half times as many customers of a size in one years time, whether you are talking $50k or $100k, and NONE of our companies have done that that that I heard of.


PS It's easier if you use bigger rather than smaller customers because you can go from one to three $5 million customers and say you are growing at 200% but I don't count that.

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