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  • zerdos zerdos Jul 19, 2003 11:18 AM Flag

    Legitimate question (no insults):

    I simply corrected a factual mistake, and yes, the initial German management failed terribly.

    Now, where you're reading all this garbage into my statement ... I have no clue.

    In terms of understanding what the market needs, I'm sure you have figured it all out, as evidenced by your choice of userid ("slut") and your profile statement: "Hobbies: Banging customers for dollars".

    Good luck doing so .. while you can :-)

    "by: sftwslsslut (29/F/soho) 07/18/03 09:58 pm
    Msg: 9643 of 9645

    "In fact SAP came to the US with a German at the helm, not in 1998-2000, but in 19989-90. "

    Yes, and dumbshit that is what we are talking about. There are a few differences 12 years later that you haven't studied. Do you really think the American software market is the same 20 years later? Can you be that stubborn? That stupid? The Americans are still realing from the differences between 2000 and 2003 and you want to use your experience from 1989 to say that you understand what you should be doing today????? "

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