Hi Paul, It seems this is an international problem! Like advising and selling a 'batch (client/server) machine instead of an interactive one. Seems the salesman needed the revenue more than the customer needed a decent solution! Or maybe that the salesman knew that he/she could squeeze the customer for a few more quid. I have been winess to this more than just once. Opened my mouth and got stung, too. Cheers. Jan. Paul Nelson wrote: > Let's get back to my client's original problem. I don't have any issues with > a BP selling his software and taking the order for the hardware, provided > the BP has staff capable of sizing the box correctly. If I've seen it once, > I've seen it fifty times where the box has been sized to make the sale. I > once saw a situation where a client called the BP to get a config for an > upgrade. Upon receiving it, he called me to come in and double check it. The > config would have given him about six month's breathing space, and he would > have had to go back to his boss for more money.
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