• Subject: Re: Ordering VARPG - we went with asna
  • From: nina jones <ddi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 07 Sep 1999 07:17:47 -0500
  • Organization: Data Design Inc. http://www.datadesigninc.com

>  Since the program is intended to be distributed to my client's customers,
> they were concerned over the runtime fees associated w/ each copy.  This is
> unacceptable, since they effectively have to pay over and over again.
> Also, this project doesn't really require interfacing w/ the /400.

well, that's not really true.  the charge is for datagate, which is
licenced for concurrent users (instead of installed users).  that was a
big concern for us too, because our product was distributed to our
customer's members.   
 
> >we had considered ibm's visual rpg, but at the time it required os/2 and
> >that wouldn't work for us.

if i had it to do today, i'm not sure which way i would go.  both have
their advantages.  

but asna does go the extra mile with customer care.  and that's worth a
lot.  in some cases, it can be priceless!

nj
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