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    A very good read from Gale McMillan, snipr, high power shooter, stockmaker, custom rifle maker

    http://www.snipercountry.com/Article...el_BreakIn.asp


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    Nothing to see here. Just a little Ukrainian spam.
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    Rick and Crash must be asleep.

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    Crazy, we were both working on it at the same time. Great minds and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan R McDaniel Jr View Post
    Rick and Crash must be asleep.

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    Nah. Had several spammers to bannish to the land of which we will not speak,,,,just took a little while.
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    You guys must think keeping this place running is easy. It's tough sometimes to even FIND spammers. Heck, sometimes we can't even find each other.

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    It is a great advantage if the vendor had experience in implementing an automation system in companies with similar branch specifics and with comparable size. If possible, get directly customer feedback. In any case, you should trust the information sources, and not be guided by rumors. Pay attention to how the vendor company provides personal training services and technical support during the operation of the managemart cleaning scheduling software, how understandable the software will be for all its users, without exception, what benefits various management levels and departments will receive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fkoso View Post
    It is a great advantage if the vendor had experience in implementing an automation system in companies with similar branch specifics and with comparable size. If possible, get directly customer feedback. In any case, you should trust the information sources, and not be guided by rumors. Pay attention to how the vendor company provides personal training services and technical support during the operation of the managemart cleaning scheduling software, how understandable the software will be for all its users, without exception, what benefits various management levels and departments will receive.
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    'Zactly. Highly technical.

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