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  • BilliVanilli BilliVanilli Aug 3, 1999 12:01 PM Flag

    Hasta La Vista Haywards!!!

    Thanks for nothing!

    BV

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    • It all depends on your perspective !

    • ---most like to go thru the company and get rid
      of dubious projects and products. Thereby creating
      large writeoffs for either cancelled projects or
      layoffs or both. He/She can always blaim the mess on the
      last team and also try to prepare wall street for a
      more focused trimed down and hopefully "profitable"
      company in the future. The resultant writeoffs come right
      out of stockholder equity and that means the book
      value of HTEI takes a hit. Just my opinion, but I
      believe major changes will come at HTE.

    • Stormy, a CEO candidate to be considered is James
      Hoofard at CPS Systems (AMEX:SYS). Everyone who has
      followed SYS has mixed emotions but Hoofard is one of the
      rare people who has the strong sales skills coupled
      with equally strong technical skills. HTE could do
      itself a favor by looking at him. He has a strong
      reputation for working the street which HTE will need in a
      turnaround. CPS has sucked as an investment but from what I
      hear, it has a lot to do with a very weak board. Hey,
      be it him or someone else, let's get someone who
      will get our stock back up!!

    • "----large writeoffs", "writedown" and "one takes virtually eliminates"

    • Only an idiot would waste time posting negative comments if they own no stock. Maybe you are a disgruntled employee. What's wrong, do you not like working there? Or did you get fired? BOO HOO!

    • only an idiot would buy this loser.

    • To all of the people that have been complaining
      about the upper Management of our company, you got what
      you wished for. So go show us investors that you
      where right.

      The person that said you better buy
      stock is correct. I think takeover or buyout is the
      last thing the employees would want. Your company
      would never look the same again. Some of you would be
      let go. (Down sizing) Some will be offered transfers
      to Anywhere USA, like Minnesota. (Enjoy the
      cold)

      As an investor I am not sure if this is good or bad
      but after reading all the crying from the employees,
      I would expect them to put up or shut up now.

    • ----large writeoffs quicky when they take over at
      a new company. My guess is HTEI is in for one major
      writedown in the not too distant future. Probably one takes
      virtually eliminates all stockholder equity.

    • I'm sure there will be no spilt milk at major
      competitors such as Lucent Technologies ( Vision) and the Big
      Blue at these latest announcements. There must be
      other beneficiaries in the public service market that
      are currently ready or near being ready to market a
      truly NT software version. Might as well make money
      elsewhere while this patient attempts to recover in the
      icu. Any ideas out there??? True example of pride
      going before the fall.

    • I'm sure there will be no spilt milk at major
      competitors such as Lucent Technologies ( Vision) and the Big
      Blue at these latest announcements. There must be
      other beneficiaries in the public service market that
      are currently ready or near being ready to market a
      truly NT software version. Might as well make money
      elsewhere while this patient attempts to recover in the
      icu. Any ideas out there??? True example of pride
      going befor the fall.

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