We are in the process of implementing the client side of essentials.

So far:

CSM -- surprised at how little it does do, no shipping, no vertex support, a
lot of code file maintenance missing, no availability checking, no kits...

Have not really explored the others since we are still downlevel on fixes
without the dreaded 4140 cd and there were quite a few fixes made to these
applications. If we ever get up to level I am sure we will explore them.
Having gone through the EPDM wars we are not anxious to repeat the
experience. In too many cases the indirect editing screwed things up under
the covers to allow us to repent the erroneous changes at our leisure.  

General user comments are negative about the cluttered interface. Many small
icons, lots of information, hard work to develop useful subsets. Not a good
solution for a temp staffed world. Would suggest use by superusers only for
the time being. 



-----Original Message-----
From: Connie Webb [mailto:cwebb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 4:23 PM
To: 'MAPICS ERP System Discussion'
Subject: Essentials

Any feedback on the new OBM, CSM etc? At release 6 of course. We see some
features that would streamlines processes and we want to be in position to
get new function as it develops.

Any installation or operation comments would be appreciated. 
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