That and we have had two sister companies who are in the process of making the implementation. My process is that they are moving forward, slightly off schedule, and slightly off budget. But the CFO and his boss have made extrapolations to the new cost based on our sister companies. How they got there I haven't a clue. I have found with our CFO I'm not the person to question the cost estimate.... :-). Our costs came from a 6 figure study with Global Services......we'll see which is more accurate. pnelson@xxxxxxxxx m To: Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries <midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 12/02/2003 10:54 cc: AM bcc: Please respond to Subject: Re: SAP Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries On what does your CFO bias his opinion? The claims of the SAP consultants? Paul Nelson Arbor Solutions, Inc. 708-670-6978 Cell pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx "Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened." ~~ Billy Graham Mike.Crump@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent by: midrange-nontech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx 12/02/2003 08:13 AM Please respond to Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries To: Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries <midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxx> cc: Subject: Re: SAP Trust me I am well aware of the risks involved with this.....we estimated two years ago that the cost would be $35 million and 18 months. Now our CFO claims that we can do it for $8 to $15 and be done in 12............. :-) If it wasn't for the SAP experience I think I would get the heck out of Dodge...... One major factor to help simplify the process and reduce some of the risk is to keep it on the right platform....so anyone what knows of a $800m or higher company that is using SAP on the iSeries would be greatly appreciated. IBM references aren't worth a nickel at this time......
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