My company has used Turnover for 18 years. It is a very good product,
and it has met our needs very well.

We do not use AS/SET, so I cannot comment on how well Turnover works in
that environment. At one point many years ago, we investigated using
AS/SET, but felt that it was far too complicated and didn't deliver many
benefits. At the same time we took a preliminary look at Set/Turn, but
didn't pursue it once we decided not to install AS/SET.

My company is on version 5.1 of BPCS, which we century-dated ourselves.

Best regards,
Bob Hermann

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No practical knowledge as we do not use change management, but I've
repeatedly heard bad things about TurnOver. David, who runs the list,
works for MKS and I think he is a developer on for their change
management system. There are a few more out there and I'm sure you'll
see some vendor responses... just hang tight :D


Thanks
Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I
570-546-4777



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Does anyone use TurnOver with Set/Turn. Set/Turn is the TurnOver AS/SET
interface. Apparently KDP Software owns the rights to Set/Turn and will
no longer allow Unicom/SoftLanding to provide technical support or
maintenance.



Also, what other change management systems is everyone using.



Thank You



Jeffrey Weston

Senior Business Analyst

International Comfort Products



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