The company in question is SoftEx and even without this particular
incident I would encourage anyone to avoid them like the plague, the
make the worst professional software I have seen, think VB.
Anyway, the lastest update is that say they can actually provide a
replacement disk for a fee of EUR 350 and installation fee of EUR 317.
This looks promising enough, so hopefully I can beat them down over the
kevin lyda <kevin+dated+1124724415.7d0c0a at ie.suberic.net> quoth:
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 12:52:36PM +0100, Sarah Fortune wrote:
> > Maybe someone can tell me what a company in Ireland is required by
> > law to do regarding software licenses. Do they have to supply a
> > replacement install disk if the original is damaged?
> > Basically my problem is that that the company I work for bought some
> > call accounting software to the tune of 2 grand and now the distributor
> > claims they can't give us a replacement install disk.
>> i think the answer is to chalk up the 2 grand as a learning experience,
> and buy it from someone else. and you might mention who they are here
> so that we can avoid this company as well.
> Kevin Lyda -=-=-=-=-=- Who do you have to blow to get a
>kevin at ie.suberic.net -=-=-=- president impeached around here?!
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