We recently did an upgrade on a customer's machine from a small 270 to a
515, and Innovis SCREWED the customer with an 11,000 charge to move their
license. We got them down a little, but I know they wound up paying over
$7,000 for the ability to run the same number of transactions on another
machine. Their 270 couldn't be upgraded so they had no choice.
When you looked at what the customer paid for the machine, and what they
paid for Innovis (AGAIN), the proportions were not right. I wouldn't do
business with them again!!!!!


-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 3:51 PM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: EDI AS2; ( iNovis BizManager) compared to (nuBridges, formerly

We need to purchase an EDI AS2 solution. We are evaluating two products
that run on the System i :
nuBridges EDI over Internet (Trailblazer is a previous

Inovis BizManager at

I would welcome an opinion from you regarding your experience with
either or both of these business solutions.

We have been doing X12 translation, communicating to mailboxes on a VAN
and also via AS2 EDI for five years already, using a Windows 2000 PC.
We want to do it all on our System i. Yayyyyy!

Eric Lehti, Sr. programmer analyst
(918) 879-6036 direct; (918) 292-9142 mobile
Ameristar Fence Products, Tulsa Oklahoma

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