Al, You are right that Iseries is core for BPCS, but before say: Also it is for VERY SMALL firms * 99% of the companies using BPCS do so on AS/400/iSeries --> You should have access to SSA numbers, for APJ especially. it does not get much support compared to AS/400 iSeries --> Any BMR completed on OGS, where present NT / UX version, also UX / NT BMR are available This is not for dispute, only to clarify. Thanks D -----Original Message----- From: bpcs-l-bounces+davide.roveda=ssaglobal.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:bpcs-l-bounces+davide.roveda=ssaglobal.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Al Mac Sent: martedì 4 luglio 2006 17.40 To: SSA's BPCS ERP System Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Windows Version of BPCS Aside from the versions of BPCS that split functionality between AS/400 server and Windows client (NOT mixed mode) It is my understanding that * BPCS has a version that runs on Windows, but it does not get much support compared to AS/400 iSeries, so it might not work on all versions of Windows. Also it is for VERY SMALL firms, in terms of # of users practical * BPCS has a version that runs on some versions of UNIX, that gets more support than the Windows version but not as much as the AS/400 iSeries version, so they may have more problems. There are also some difficulties intercommunicating on this list, since the interfaces are so different * 99% of the companies using BPCS do so on AS/400/iSeries, and that's where the support and enhancements mainly is If you are seriously interested in having an ERP in the Windows OS, you are better off going with a competitor of SSA whose primary product focus is to support their Windows based ERP.
Hi All, Do we have a windows version of BPCS that runs on an Intel box? Regards, Isaac Antwi