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Hi. Help name my program.
The program is designed for the meat industry.
The program first solves the technological problems.
My software also addresses the economic and accounting problems of the meat industry.
Key features:
1. Calculation of optimal recipes of meat products (optimization in price and quality)
2. The calculation of the optimal alternative recipes of meat products
3. Archive recipe of meat products (each day is the history of manufactured products)
4. The calculation of economic indicators, etc.

briefly: software package for solving technological problems Meat Industry

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December 19, 2011 2:36 PM

Beefonomics or Beefometrics or BeEfficiencies or BeEfficiency or Meatocracy

January 5, 2012 2:18 PM

Hello While I was not able to come up with a good name of my program. Please help me

January 18, 2012 9:46 AM updated: January 18, 2012 9:58 AM

I'm from France. I do not understand the phrase meatonia, beefon. Please tell me how to decipher them?

January 19, 2012 5:27 PM

I think the best name depends a lot on your future plans.
E.g., what is the geographic target? That makes a HUGE difference in naming. Remember how well the Chevy Nova did in Mexico?
E.g., what are your future markets, if any? Could you adapt and sell the software to, say, the wheat growers industry? Or the poultry farmers? If yes, then I'd want to choose a name that can easily move from market to market, with little change.
E.g., what will you do with the company? Sell it? IPO? Run it forever? Your answers there determine how much you need to worry about copyrights and trademarks.

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