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Subject: Re: AW: [ebxml-dev] RE: [EDI-L] Article on ebXML Core Components ...
If anyone is still reading this thread you're about as sick as I am! (I'm sicker because I'm responding...) I hate to rise to Klaus' baiting, but I take seriously any accusation of making a false statement. If I find that I have, I will retract the statement. However, in this case I won't. I run QB 2002, and I will stand by what I said regarding its functionality. Mr. Naujok apparently gets his information from the Intuit web site. Furthermore, he is quoting pages having to do with the Premier edition, which is not the Standard edition to which I am referring. Perhaps we just have different interpretions of what the product does, or we misunderstand what the other is talking about. I'm willing to let it go at that. At any rate, I think this discussion has gone on long enough and this time I *will* say no more on the topic. We all have better things to do than to debate a specific vendor's small business accouting package on a listserv intended for ebXML related discussions... Klaus-Dieter Naujok wrote: >On 4/25/02 1:42 PM, "Rachel Foerster" wrote: > >>Yes, but Klaus....the screen shot you pointed to looks like QB is letting >>the user create a PO **to** its vendor....not **receiving** a PO from a >>**customer**.....a big difference, I think you'll agree. >> > >"QuickBooks shows you what's on hand and what's on order. Inventory reports >show you stock status, open purchase orders and more, all at-a-glance." > >Taken from: > >http://www.quickbooks.com/products/premier/features-all.html > >As you can see from that, it does allow "you" to create PO you have >"received from your customers"!!! I understand this it is not what service >oriented business need. However, it does show that the statement made by MR >is false. > >Klaus > -- Michael C. Rawlins, Rawlins EC Consulting www.rawlinsecconsulting.com
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