Advice on Pick 
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 Advice on Pick
Can anyone please give me any info at all regarding pick. Our company may be
going to a softare program that uses pick and I just want to know if it is a
good product? Still being used? Advtanges? Disadvantages? Any help would be
appreciated.

Thanks in advance
Robert



Mon, 03 Nov 1997 03:00:00 GMT
 Advice on Pick


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> Can anyone please give me any info at all regarding pick. Our company may
be
> going to a softare program that uses pick and I just want to know if it is
a
> good product? Still being used? Advtanges? Disadvantages? Any help would
be
> appreciated.

> Thanks in advance
> Robert

         **  I have worked with DEC VMS, Progress, and Oracle and find
         that the flexibility of PICK is unmatched. PICK has always been
         an open system and, as a result, there are more than 5,000
         business applications available for it.  It is used worldwide
         and PICK officials boast that there are over 3,750,000 users
         worldwide.  By the way, PICK has been around commercially
         since 1973.  Universe, Unidata and VMark, to name a few, are
         all major players that sell and maintain systems based on PICK.

         As a relational database, I would chose PICK over any other.
         PICK does lack in the operating system department, but, a
         few years ago the PICK/UNIX platform was developed and is now



Sat, 08 Nov 1997 03:00:00 GMT
 
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