June 26, 1998
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"Other tools evaluated against Razor not only had a higher initial cost, but also required extensive training, implementation and administrative efforts, far exceeding those required to deploy Razor." This is according to Kim Bonin, Project Leader for the Boeing evaluation team.
It was this and similar realizations that led them to select Razor as their standard tool for client/server CM at their McDonnell Aircraft and Missile Systems unit. A full press release describing the win can be found here.
Go, Boeing! Welcome to the family.
Effective July 1, The US pricing for Razor will be undergoing some changes. Feel free to review the new system on our web site.
Of course, if you're already mid-purchase cycle, and you've already received quotes from us, we'll continue to honor them for another 30 days. Also, if you're from one of the sites that has arranged special corporate pricing, then you've already got a good thing going, and we'll of course continue to honor it as well.
If there are any confusions or questions, please write in to email@example.com ,and we'll do whatever we can to help.
From all accounts, the people who attended our training session in April had a good time, and learned quite a bit. So did we.
As a result, we will be making some modifications and refinements to the course material, and will post specifics about the next session on our web pages shortly.
One thing we CAN tell you though are the dates... The next gathering will be Wed-Fri, September 30th through October 2nd. If you'd like to see what we did the last time around.
We'll have more details coming out shortly, but felt it was worth letting you know the dates so you can start marking it on your calendars.
This is just for fun. No prizes, no fan-fare, no beer, or peanuts. Test your knowledge of baseball lingo by matching these colorful terms to their definitions.
|1. Air it out
|A. A female baseball groupie
|2. Banana stick
|B. A hit ball that skims the ground
|3. Can of corn
|C. An easily played fly ball
|4. Daniel Webster
|D. A pitchers arm
|E. An automated pitching machine
|6. Iron Mike
|F. A thinly padded flat glove preferred by some infielders
|G. A player known for arguing with umpires
|8. Men in blue
|H. Bases loaded
|I. Second base
|J. Bat made of poor quality/soft wood
|K. 2nd game of a double header
|L. To hit a ball a long distance, or to pitch a ball very fast
|13. The table is set
|M. The bounce or liveliness of a ball
|14. Worm burner
|N. The umpires
|Dog Breeds: Spitz + Chow Chow = Spitz-Chow; a dog that throws up a lot