> system, and not having to pay licensing costs. Factor in
> benefit of not
> being reliant on a vendor who may flame out, change their terms, force
> undesirable upgrades, be slow to provide needed enhancements and bug
> fixes, or suddenly drop support.
Or look for a vendor that offers an "open" system with a plug-in
architecture that gets you the benefit of both their development cycles and
your own specialized knowledge of your technology and business practices.
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