Hi all,
A few years ago, it was proposed to replace Powerlink with Netlink totally
in our company.
For the casual user, Netlink has some benefits. (relatively easy to
navigate with less training, sometimes a bit faster)
However, for the user that maintains the records, Netlink does not yet
support the features that are the tools they need to do their jobs
efficiently. For example, Workbenches are a workhorse in maintaining
accurate bills of materials and routings. Many bells and whistles. It
would take a lot longer in Netlink to accomplish the same task with more
opportunity for error.
So thankfully we kept both.

Barb MacIntosh
Engineering Technician
Hutchinson Sealing Systems

From: Rachele Letkeman <RLetkeman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "MAPICS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <MAPICS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 07/05/2017 08:57 PM
Subject: [MAPICS-L] NetLink
Sent by: "MAPICS-L" <mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Good day,
We are looking at shifting from Powerlink to Net-link for the bulk of our
internal network users. We can see the benefit of not having to install
a client however are concerned about performance impact. Can I get some
feedback from others who are using Net-link internally for their users
instead of Powerlink.
We are also researching external access for Net-Link (outside of our
network) and I was hoping to get some comments or feedback from others who
are doing this or have looked into it.

[Palliser Furniture Upholstery Ltd.]<http://www.palliser.com/>

Rachele Letkeman
Business System Analyst
EDI Specialist


170 Furniture Park | Winnipeg, Manitoba | R2G 1B9


T | 204.988-5400 ext:4018
C | 204.771-8990
F | 204.669-8566
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