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Provost Harrison
14-06-2005, 23:23:35
Did you know that after WWII the Totenkopf were rounded up from the German concentration camps and trained to become computer programmers. SAP is the end result...I swear it must be the most user unfriendly program I have ever encountered...when it comes to slick user interface, this is about as slick as a tortoise with a parachute behind it...

Drekkus
14-06-2005, 23:36:45
Wassap?

Provost Harrison
14-06-2005, 23:38:14
Oh I've been on the thing all day, my brain has melted and has all run out of my nose by now...

The Norks
15-06-2005, 00:02:02
it is truly horrible, but if you can program it you can command a high fee

MOBIUS
15-06-2005, 00:09:29
Could be worst, coulda been Peoplesoft...:D

BigGameHunter
15-06-2005, 05:15:29
I used SAP at two different companies...the first you had to navigate back and forth through an assload of windows to get to what you wanted...and come to think of it, so was the second version. An ugly bit of software for sure.
Now, I don't even have a PC (Target uses 'community' PC's except for the HR and store manager's). The rest of us have to fight for them and I find I miss having one.

Funko
15-06-2005, 09:25:07
I wasn't aware anyone had actually managed to install SAP. I know of one company who've been planning on rolling it out for 8 years.

Vincent
15-06-2005, 09:26:04
Ve vill rul ze world again, HARR HARR

Drekkus
15-06-2005, 10:14:48
Originally posted by MOBIUS
Could be worst, coulda been Peoplesoft...:D That's a good way to close a discussion.

MoSe
15-06-2005, 12:21:23
Originally posted by Provost Harrison
Oh I've been on the thing all day, my brain has melted and has all run out of my nose by now...

that SW took the sap out of you

MoSe
15-06-2005, 12:23:47
Originally posted by MOBIUS
Could be worst, coulda been Peoplesoft...:D

you're maybe too young to remember that in the pre-Windows era there was a popular word-processor named VolksWriter :nervous: