Hi Tom,

We used to use Implementor when I was at SSA, and I also experienced
Turnover while working on a BPCS implementation at UD - it was quite a
challenging BPCS environment with many libraries in the library list (XM/4.
Cashbook etc), and Mimix also running.
Both worked fine,

Clare

Clare Holtham
Director, Small Blue Ltd - Archiving for BPCS
Web: www.smallblue.co.uk
IBM Certified AS/400 Systems Professional
E-Mail: Clare.Holtham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Makofske" <TMakofske@xxxxxxxx>
To: <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 11:37 PM
Subject: Change Management Software


> We are on version 6.1.01 of BPCS - mixed mode, with most of our
enhancements
> and new development being written in AS/SET, and the remainder in RPG.  We
> are looking for positive and negative feedback which anybody may have
> experienced using either "Implementer" by MKS or "TurnOver" by Soft
Landing.
> After searching the Archives, there were a few threads on each, but they
> were a couple years old and rather short.
>
> I appreciate your time...
> Thanks,
> Tom
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