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To: Bobo who wrote (801)10/23/1997 12:53:00 AM
From: J L Segal
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Bobo, thank you for the sumary. I'm looking forward to hearing more
about FS2000.

JL

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To: J L Segal who wrote (803)10/24/1997 8:18:00 PM
From: Gary Strike
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Moore Products Co. (Spring House, Pa.) entered the chemical industry with its APACS ProcessSuite batch control and automation system for the new Elf Atochem North America methyltins production area at the Carrollton, Ky., plant. The system unifies previously separate tools-bundling controller configuration, operator interface, Internet-based viewing, and historian software-"in much the same way office workers have been benefiting from integrated word processing, database management, spreadsheet, and presentation software,"says the vendor.

Control Engineering Magazine, October 1997

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To: Gary Strike who wrote (804)10/25/1997 11:16:00 AM
From: Gary Strike
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I thought I should probably clarify that last post, for newcomers, this is, of course a customized version of FatorySuite 1000 licensed from Wonderware.

Kinda quiet out there, Bill W., what's up, Hong Kong got us all spooked?

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To: Gary Strike who wrote (805)10/25/1997 2:01:00 PM
From: Peter Shaw
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Gary,
As Moore is a VAR for WNDR, do you know how they are billed? A discounted rate on the software up front, or a percentage of the final sale? Anyway it's sliced, that's one more front being attacked...

Cheers,

Peter Shaw

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To: Peter Shaw who wrote (806)10/25/1997 7:52:00 PM
From: Gary Strike
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Probably the only one's who know the deal details is WNDR and Moore but if I was Moore, I'd want the discounted rate. I don't think it would make sense for Moore to play "Good Guy Bad Guy" when negotiating with their customers.

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To: Gary Strike who wrote (807)10/29/1997 5:45:00 PM
From: Joey Rodems
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In case anyone would like to know...

Moore Products buys FactorySuite from Wonderware and re-packages it as "ProcessSuite". ProcessSuite includes Moore's I/O Server which enables FactorySuite to communicate with the Moore APACS DCS, Moore's DCS configuration software called "Formation", and specialized utilities designed to synchronize the Moore and Wonderware databases. The advanced version of ProcessSuite includes Wonderware's InBatch which is used to design flexible batch control systems.

Moore and Wonderware have arranged the agreement such that Moore feels inclined to call on Wonderware distributors for technical and sales support and such that Wonderware distributors feel inclined to bring Moore into their accounts where a DCS may benefit the client. Over time Moore will probably become very self-sufficient and the products will probably become far more tightly-integrated.

-Joey

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To: Joey Rodems who wrote (808)11/4/1997 5:40:00 PM
From: Joey Rodems
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Any thoughts on WNDR's recent investment in distributor organizations?

Check out WNDR's new Web Site at wonderware.com

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To: Joey Rodems who wrote (809)11/5/1997 8:47:00 PM
From: Gary Strike
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"Never do business with anyone who doesn't stand to lose as much as you do if the deal goes sour".

Can't remember where I heard that but it may apply here. Wonderware is strengthening the relationship with their distributors. This is building stronger committments from both sides in the areas of training, sales, and customer support for the products.

I see that the consensus analyst's estimates for Q4 have been raised to $.22 per share for Q4/97 and $.37 per share for the year 1997......Yahoo research......also an increase in the average buy recommendations.

Also, I'd sure like to know what's been happening with the outstanding lawsuits.

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To: Joey Rodems who wrote (809)11/12/1997 8:10:00 PM
From: Gary Strike
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There seems to be wide 1/2 point spreads lately. WNDR continues to hold up well in this turmoil and is my strongest holding. If this continues, it should be a quick ride to 20 when the market turns.

Is anyone paticipating in a good active thread on overall market conditions, overseas action, or afterhours trading indicators?

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To: Gary Strike who wrote (811)11/12/1997 9:24:00 PM
From: Steve Pick
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Gary, I am not great at technicals but I thought the chart looked weak at $17 so I bailed out.

Are there any experts of TA out there to confirm or deny my feelings.

Steve

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