• Subject: RE: EC: Premenos/Harbinger/Peregrine vs. EXTOL
  • From: Philip Freimann <PFreimann@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2000 16:10:59 -0400

We used HOM and esis in another life.  It was totally non-integrated (at
that time).  It was just PC/web transactions - then you still had to key the
information into COM, etc.  Has it changed?  

Our problem was that no one would every sign on and look at it - so I would
get messages, faxes, and phone calls (as IS Director) to tell them to sign
on and do their thing.  WE had a lot of turnover.  HOM was good about tech
support and online training.

-----Original Message-----
From: Leleux@shur-lok.com [mailto:Leleux@shur-lok.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2000 1:42 PM
To: MAPICS-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: EC: Premenos/Harbinger/Peregrine vs. EXTOL



We had EDI/400, then Premenos, then Harbinger, but dumped
them all when I was exposed to HOM product from ESIS.

We do our transactions via the web, not real setup, the
build the transaction sets and interface with partners.

Best thing I ever did, EDI is 100% handled by Sales Dept.
NOT I.S.!

Give 'em a look http://www.esisinc.com/
they were a perfect fit for us.

We are looking to to install COM_NET for our distributors,
between the two we should be set!

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