Hello Everyone,
        
        I am wondering if anyone has experience with multiple physical sites 
that are using BPCS in separate databases but interfacing to one large 
database for consolidation and reporting purposes?

        We are in the process of moving from Version 4.0.03 to 6.0.04. That in 
itself is enough of a change but on top of that we are also in the process 
of being acquired by another company.  This new company is very 
decentralized while our present company provided many centralized services 
(A/P, A/R and G/L).  In our current 4.0.03 environment we are interfacing 
to those corporate systems.  But with the new company we (& BPCS) will be 
responsible for for these tasks.

        Our initial plan is to keep our current separate database setup for 
each plant but interface BPCS-to-BPCS to create a consolidated General 
Ledger and to allow for centralized A/P check payments and Credit 
processing.  Anyone out there using a setup similar to this?  Or any ideas 
on the feasibility/difficulty of this idea?

Thanks

Michael Lesher


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