Boo hoo - poor Larry
If Advance Lifts win (and I hope they do!) then there's another yacht Larry won't be able to add to his collection.
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Oracle FAIL plastered across it.
Advance Lifts, an Illinois-based maker of industrial lift machinery, has sued Oracle, its IT implementation partner Folio3, and its finance partner Banc of America Leasing & Capital, claiming that the trio breached their contract and committed fraud by delivering a NetSuite system that lacked promised features. The complaint [ …
I had support from a company, Front Porch.
It was good.
They were taken over by Oracle.
It was bad. Bad doesn't even cover it. Same (good) people providing the support but now behind an impenetrable labyrinth of corporate obfuscation.
Now, much better.
Oracle sold to EcoDigital who sold to Telestream (who bought Tektronix as an aside) but I'll tell you something for free...
Something you will already know I suspect.
My dealings with getting support from Oracle were the worst experiences I've had in over 30 years of dealing with suppliers.
How are they still in business? Go Figure?
Because no-one ever got sacked for buying from Big
Software companies in general seem to have a business model that would get most other companies sued out of existence... So, you want a chair? Yes, we can make you a chair, though we'll have to do a little research to determine the correct height of the chair, and the width of your bottom, and how many legs it will need, and... it'll be a little more expensive than a chair from the charity shop, but it will be ideally suited to you, tailored to your arse.
Oh, did we neglect to mention that we're waiting for the tree to grow? And would you mind contributing to this sawmill we're planning?
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