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01/12/06 01:42 PM
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iconnian, I hear you. There pops up the interop issue again. If I had a dime for every time I hear the interop reason ... well you get the picture. The fact is interop is NOT the show-stopper that the Wary group often cites as a reason for not switching. Interop and legacy data are purely business issues and can be easily managed with some creativity. If the software you are switching to can make a real difference to your product development schedule, legacy data should NOT even be considered a factor. For all the blustery talk, most companies do not need to migrate all their data to the new system. They only have to convert just what they need, when they need it. With low-cost resources aplenty, this NON-CORE work must be shipped out and you must get on with figuring out how to use the new software to make your product development nimble. Alas, this needs cojones.

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*Where do YOU fit?  01/04/06 06:37 AM
.*Re: Where do YOU fit?boogeyman  01/12/06 01:42 PM
.*not so fasticconian  01/10/06 06:19 AM
.*'Where do YOU fit?'Tom L  01/04/06 06:37 AM
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