myRMA.net is a service logistics hosted application (for Returns administration, logistics and service centre management) developed by Chip eServices – Chip eServices are former employers of mine – I was CTO from early 2002 to Dec. 2003.
myRMA.net is a very innovative product in a very niche market. If ever there were a product/company in need of a blog to get its message out there and to hear back from clients and potential clients, it is myRMA.net.
Hopefully they will start one soon.
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My Lord! I really didn’t think that Jerry’d managed to keep Chip going till now. It’s good to see myRMA still around, even if it’s a little weird them still using all that stuff I wrote back then in new stuff they’re writing now. Though myself and Jerry might have butted heads on technical issues, I’d nothing but respect for him and the ideas behind the product. It’s a good example of the kind of products companies, especially small companies ought to be developing. It fills a unique niche, it’s genuinely inventive, and it works. It’s much better to do something like that than build yet another xyz.
I don’t know if you realise this, but I actually wrote a small CMS called Chipsite (which included some code that could be used as a blog) for the main website, but it ended up not getting used. I think the what remained got recycled as the code the drive the product sites. And then there was your old Blogger blog from back then. You’re right though: Jerry really ought to start blogging.
What’ya mean keep Chip going? It’s doing fabulous. Our biggest mistake was being five years ahead of the SaaS curve. Funny isn’t it, ASP was crap in 2003 but SaaS is fab in 2006. What’s the difference?
If you see this, drop in for a coffee and a chat.
I have started blogging, thanks to Uncle Tom.
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