New Zealand Herald: Software firm puts store in Linux systemOct 11, 1999, 20:18 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Adam Gifford)
"Auckland firm Excellent Systems, which makes software for home-appliance and big-ticket retailers, believes its shift to the Linux operating system will be the springboard for growth."
"Director Alex Heffer said the firm started work on a Linux version of its Retail-Plus product a year ago out of frustration at coping with continuous changes to NT and Novell servers..."
"At times, problems with Windows, Novell and NT networking have been close to destroying our business and yet during this same period Retail-Plus has performed very reliably under Unix at our five largest sites."