Simon is a rockstar. he did alot to move powercode forward and got its
momentum up with a good trajectory, and seemed to have built his exit into
it without setting it on fire before he left

On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 10:55 AM, Jeremy <jeremysmi...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Simon is awesome, and Sonar seems to be developing into a great platform.
> However, I agree with Josh.  Powercode has definitely improved since he
> left.  Issues are quicker to get resolved, and tickets are responded to
> more promptly.  I doubt any of this was the fault of Simon being the lead
> developer, but rather a restructuring of responsibilities that took place
> after he left.  I have no doubt that Sonar will end up being one of the
> best solutions out there.
>
> On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 9:49 AM, That One Guy /sarcasm <
> thatoneguyst...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> phpipam isnt developed anymore
>> I have an idle racktables server ready for production, its ugly/sexy and
>> has everything I want except that its got a learning curve I havent sobered
>> up enough to get a full grasp on, but its got all the documentory and
>> reporting features I want, would love it if Bertram bought it out and
>> integrated it, id be so exited Id get the vapors.
>>
>> On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 10:43 AM, Josh Reynolds <j...@kyneticwifi.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Check out phpipam
>>>
>>> On Sep 16, 2016 10:39 AM, "That One Guy /sarcasm" <
>>> thatoneguyst...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> We use Powercode, they ebb and flow. Other than simon who escaped by
>>>> the skin of his teeth after murdering the guy before him I think they have
>>>> gladiator fights for the lead role because every time a new lead comes in
>>>> the last one disappears off the face of the earth. I imagine being in the
>>>> office up there looks like something out of mad max.
>>>>
>>>> But overall, its a satisfying product, the inventory component is
>>>> absolutely useless, but the rest is pretty reliable. Customers like the
>>>> feel of the portal interface, I would prefer we had the ability to
>>>> manipulate it more, but I also want my own pony named Miguel.
>>>> Support responsiveness is normally pretty good, occasionally it gets
>>>> meh, but I think you have that with any company depending on the work load.
>>>>
>>>> What I do like about it, is that I dont have to know much to manage it,
>>>> The server build is down to a cut and past CLI job if it needs rebuilt. It
>>>> performs well in a decent VM host.
>>>>
>>>> It really appears they are moving away from user driven development
>>>> (there used to be constant interaction) toward more of a programmed
>>>> development cycle, which is good and bad, but mostly a positive move.
>>>>
>>>> It would be nice if they had clean IPAM, i still have a set of excel
>>>> spreadsheets for master subnet documentation, but I dont think there is
>>>> such a beast in IPAM that would satisfy everyone.
>>>>
>>>> The ticketing system became super useful once they added external email
>>>> accounts, it allowed us to decommission a secondary ticketing system. Its
>>>> only good for our ISP side, not our contract services side however because
>>>> it doesnt offer clean time tracking or multiple tech separation
>>>>
>>>> My boss is very frugal when it comes to anything that generates a
>>>> recurring cost, and he sees Powercode as a beneficial recurring cost, so
>>>> that does say something about the product.
>>>>
>>>> I cuss them every couple months over something or other, its usually
>>>> 50/50 whether its something I screwed up, or a bug in their system, but it
>>>> always gets resolved. We have an ongoing issue with email fetching that
>>>> happens, but they gave me a cli tool to resolve it, and its caused by
>>>> something external and outside their control, so I cant hold it against
>>>> them.
>>>>
>>>> There is currently no way to easily reset the tracking metrics on
>>>> tickets and times, but thats no deal breaker, they will eventually clean it
>>>> up.
>>>>
>>>> If youre looking for actual inventory management with any type of
>>>> valuation, its definetly not the product. Azotel had that when we were
>>>> looking into them, and I think you could tie in crystal reports to get some
>>>> really amazing data, but it seems like Azotel went to sleep
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 9:50 AM, Vlad Sedov <v...@atlasok.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> We've been running Freeside for the last 10 years. It takes a bit of
>>>>> perl and linux knowledge to get it running (or just download the VM), but
>>>>> hey, what do you want for nothing?
>>>>>
>>>>> Feature-wise, freeside is on par with the big boys these days.. Can't
>>>>> think of anything it doesn't have that an ISP billing system should have.
>>>>> The new version even has tower coverage mapping... very WISP-friendly.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> peace
>>>>>
>>>>> Vlad
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On 9/16/2016 12:50 AM, TJ Trout wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Could I trouble you all for a quick survey / recommendation on
>>>>>> billing systems?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've been looking at;
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Power code ( seems like too many red flags with this company)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Platypus ( good price, but I don't want to become a dev just to bill
>>>>>> my customers)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Visp seems like a decent option?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Wisp Mon? Don't know much about them, prices seem high, haven't heard
>>>>>> anything bad so that's a good sign?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Swift fox? ( Seems like unpopular option maybe because they're new?)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Sonar? Maybe that's the one?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> If you only see yourself as part of the team but you don't see your
>>>> team as part of yourself you have already failed as part of the team.
>>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> If you only see yourself as part of the team but you don't see your team
>> as part of yourself you have already failed as part of the team.
>>
>
>


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