Have you tried OPTIO? We have been using it since 1999 and we are on BPCS
6.0.04. It has served us wonderfully, and as a matter of fact we recently
converted our Purchase Order printings to print via OPTIO (it was earlier
printing on pre-printed stationery).


Manager, Enterprise Applications,
Information Technology,
Haynes International, Inc,
Phone: (765) 456-6770 (Work)
E-Mail: vgopal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx / srvenugopal@xxxxxxxxxxx

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date: Tue, 22 May 2007 04:47:12 -0700 (PDT)
from: Arthur Shaffer <abshaffer@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Printing from BPCS 8.2

Looking for a printing solution for BPCS 8.2.
Currently we use the Reform package from FabSoft with the CIMPRO software.
Is anyone currently using this with BPCS?

Our requirements include the flexibility to choose where a form (ie - PO)
will print since we have some functions at several sites.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

Art Shaffer, CPIM


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