Newsletter 2001-02       Go Back
April 5, 2001
The Trade Power Web Customer Service Center interface has been completed. Extensive testing has been performed using simulated files, and the programs appear to be in fine shape. The software has been delivered to the first two sites that ordered WCSC - BJ Electric and Brock-McVey.
The initial release of our interface handles all of the functions (order and quote entry, price and availability inquiry, order status inquiry, and statement inquiry) except for the customer payment function.
The interface is targeted at release 4.0 of WCSC, which Trade Power recently released. The 4.0 release contained about 30 enhancements over the 3.0 release. Also, some things were done to speed up the screen painting.
Some little enhancements recently completed:
PSI recently sold a couple of LX100 kits to Hesco, a Chicago area user that runs an older heavily customized version of the Power Plus software. LX100 kits can be used to turn an NT or Windows 2000 PC into a Clear/Path development system. Sites that do a lot of compiles and testing may find this as a very cost effective way to offload this processing from the main system. Contact us for more details.
Springfield Electric recently began doing EDI Accounts Payable with Leviton. There were a lot of subtle issues with this implementation, but everything seems to be working fine now.
Our new secretary/office manager is Sandy B. Heidi will still do bookkeeping on a limited part-time basis. You can e-mail Sandy directly with questions about billing, documentation, etc. at email@example.com.
And, the winners of this year's NCAA tournament pool were: