IOR Scope support issue resolved!
[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] While on a business trip to KC this week, I met and had dinner with Jim Maloney who is one of the IOR reps. Very nice guy wanting to do the right thing, but finding his hands tied at times.
We met at the new Cabalas here in KC and discussed the problems Iíve had with my IOR scope over dinner.
Bottom line, Jim is going to make things right. Though not exactly the proper solution to the issue at hand, itís a meet in the middle compromise that works for both of us.
Jim and I have worked out our own solution that is between he and I. He is going out of his way to make this right and that in it's self speaks volumes about the type of person he is. Also, he is not spending any of his own hard earned money to make this right, as I would not have agreed to him doing that. I realize this doesnít answer any of your questions, and kind of leaves everyone hanging. Sorry, but the solution is between Jim and I and do to the circumstances, itís a win win for both sides.
Consider the IOR support issue put to rest. And yes, Iíll support IOR products from this point on. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
Just thought I'd keep you posted.
Thanks for everyoneís support and feedback on this issue.
Distance is not an issue, but the wind will make it interesting!