Über's Top 12 Checklist

August 11, 2014

Über's Top 12 Checklist

ÜBer's Top 12 Checklist | Überbartools™

Here’s Über’s TOP 12 bullet proof questions to anchor your due diligence/checklist when evaluating any new product and service which is promised or expected to assist, power, control, transform and run YOUR business!

Too often it’s the failure to ask the right questions leaving you, over-promised and under delivered, ultimately creating frustration and disappointment! Apply these tests, ask these questions you’ll never go wrong! 

  1. Function
  2. Ease of Use/Comfort
  3. Quality
  4. Aesthetic
  5. Accuracy
  6. Cost/Value
  7. Payback Period
  8. Unintended Consequences
  9. Environmental Impact
  10. Trend/Suitability
  11. Expectation
  12. Testimonials 

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