this is the same answer i made my teacher, he answered:
"I am just trying to map out all the business/finantial software available. So
I can't describe it in details. Everything will do"
I think they don't have the right person for the job, but i think we
can change his opinion about Linux ;)
Thanks four your help
On Tue, 7 Sep 2004 15:48:10 -0500 (EST), email@example.com
> >> Hi there!!
> >> My University is trying to change to Linux, but the
> >> teacher told me
> >> they might don't do it because the lack of
> >> "finance/business"
> >> programs. I told him that that is quite imposible.
> >> But after making
> >> some search i think he is right.
> >> Could anyone post the names of that kind of
> >> programs? (as more as possible)
> >> I'm convinced they are TOTALLY wrong. That would
> >> help to change all
> >> the servers and clients to Linux (A LOT...believe
> >> me!!)
> >> Thanks in advance
> >> Alejandro Matos
> >> from Lima - Peru
> >> in Helsinki - Finland
> >> :)
> You really need to define finance/business applications. There are plenty
> of programs out there. Running a business on linux financial applications
> can be limited. I would do a search at freshmeat.net and sourceforge.net
> http://www.linuxcanada.com/ sells Quasar which is a quickbooks replacement.
> Dwight Trumbower
> T Systems Corp
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