Yes, the new machine, and IBM OS, and upgrade fees for everything else
combined, will be peanuts compared to what Infor will charge.
My day job, imminent about to go away, has gone through variations of this
exercise several times.
Plus in the last go around, they were not willing to give us 405 CD on the
new machine, only a later BPCS version, and we already knew the BPCS version
conversion package was full of crap.
Alister Wm Macintyre (Al Mac)
From: BPCS-L [mailto:bpcs-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bill
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 11:34 AM
To: BPCS ERP System
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] OS400 V5R4 and BPCS V4.0.05 Non Century Dated (cd by
On 1/21/2015 5:40 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Once again, while the costs of getting back on maintenance are darned
expensive it is the price you pay for not paying maintenance in the
I'm not going to whip the horse regarding whether or not Infor plays "fair",
I just want to make sure that Peter understands that the price of a new
machine will likely be nowhere near the price he'll be charged for getting
back on maintenance.
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