I had no Y2K problems with IBM.  I had a problem with a couple of software 
vendors, but they got it done and never blamed IBM for their issues.
 
DKM



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Even going a step further, IBM seemed to welcome the Y2K problems.  Remember 
their CEO, who retired shortly after Y2K and wrote the book about how brilliant 
he was and how he turned it around.  He turned it around with huge hourly rate 
Y2K and SAP consulting and that had to be short lived.  The company still has 
all the structural problems that they had 10 years ago, mainly how to compete 
and grown revenue in the new market place.
   
  Joe Cunningham

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