Category Archives: "FAQ"

What is your pricing model?
My pricing goal is to make the Straighten The Maze reports within reach for any business.  Pricing focuses on value and affordability. You’re never going to make everyone happy with it, so [...]
What action can I take now?
I get that you're working on the rest of the reports, but what can I do now? Buy the Architecture Report and prepare yourself for important discussions There’s tons of details to [...]
Do I need all the reports, or can I just buy one?
Save where you can and splurge where you need to.  That's my motto for most projects. Absolutely, you should just purchase what you need.  The reports are meant to work independently, as [...]
How much will the reports cost?
I know some reports are still being written, but I need to understand the full nut before I can commit to buying my first Report. I know that you need to understand what you’re getting yourself [...]
Why don’t your reports cover Microsoft TEAMS
Because nobody else is and a lot of people need help with it I LOVE Teams and all the other advanced functionality of Office/Microsoft 365.  I love love love it There's a time and place for [...]
Why aren’t you a Consultant?
Through reports I’m able to have a lot more impact would not be attainable as a consultant company Big Goals are fun and help keep what's important front-and-center as you drive [...]
Planning comes first, why didn’t you do that report first?
I'm strategically focusing first on the pieces that are the most difficult to do.  They're the pieces that will move you the forward the most, and the quickest.  These are the technical [...]
YIKES! your reports are expensive, why?
till you taste the sandwich for some organizations I hope the Free Overview report will give you a sense of the quality of the rest of the reports. That’s one of the reasons I’m [...]
Why is the Overview report free?
  here's a few of them .     .    [...]
Wow, Your reports seem so cheap, why?
  shouldn't = a crappy intranet I’ve tried my best to price things fairly, and make the reports affordable so they can help more people. The more reports I sell, the more great [...]
You look familiar, do I know you?
    I've attended a lot of conferences, especially ones about SharePoint and Microsoft. I’m one of those people that always sits in the front row & always has my [...]