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Good morning!

I  wanted to include my original text in this message so that there is no
misunderstanding and that the BPCS user community will have a complete
history of our correspondence.  Here is what I wrote:

"This is Charlie Borill in Richmond Va.  I have worked with the BPCS 2.x
through 6.x  products for many years and have had a vast amount of
experience with inventory.  I have developed interfaces to BPCS feeding
CimPath, ADC, and INV500B.  You can contact me offline if you wish to
explore your options with someone that does not have a "product" to sell

I simply stated the facts.  I gave no opinion.

I will give you my opinion now. "A GOOD SOFTWARE PRODUCT IS A GOOD
SOFTWARE PRODUCT" if it is not oversold, meets the customers needs and is
cost effective, regardless of it being a canned package or a custom job.
Also it is my opinion that a company should not have to purchase a
Mercedes Benz when the functionality and practicality of a Ford Escort
will meet their needs.

Charlie Borill
Richmond, VA.

Ben Rinkel <>
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11/06/02 07:49 AM
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        Subject:        Re: Charlie Borill - offering services against offering 


I read in your message that if people are offering good BPCS add-on
products, that this is in your opinion not OK.
I believe selling your 'services' is very much the same as selling
'products'......, and there is nothing wrong with any of these, as long as
it is value add to the BPCS user community.


Ben Rinkel
ECS International B.V.
Ph. +31 229 574331
Mob. +31 6 5317 4449

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