John,
We use a Pc package - Albacs from Albany and it works just fine.  We export a 
file of payments from System 21 and away it goes.

Neil.

-----Original Message-----
From: John.Mcpherson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:John.Mcpherson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday 25 February 2005 13:54
To: jbausers-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [SYSTEM21] BACS and BACS-IP


A quick question for the folks in the UK.  As all of you BACS users are
aware, the old BACS facility is being switched off at the end of this year.
Now, GEAC have an offering in conjunction with a company called Eiger
Systems to work with the BACS-IP facility.  I was wondering what others are
planning on doing.  Are you going to go with the GEAC solution or are you
planning on going with a different one (and if it is a different one, then
which one)?

Thanks, in advance, for your help.

Regards,
John McPherson
European Business Analyst
New Balance Athletic Shoes

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