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John Halpenny wrote:
An ongoing complaint has been the lack of prices on the QNX website.
One of the best sources anywhere on website useability has a
recent article on pricing…
You’re assuming that QNX wants new customers other than Harman
business units. That may be an incorrect assumption.
According to the sales people I know, they do >
But Igor, in theory Harman may have forced QSS to keep their sales people
to trick the share holders into believing they still want QNX to sell to
the general public. That gives them time to work on a plan to stop selling
to big OEM (big lawsuit) and mostly to Harman’s competitor. Let’s not
forget all the new distrubutors QSS enlisted in the past year, which if
cut off could well boycut Harman product all together, ouch.
Igor I’m surprised you got so easely tricked by sales people, shame on
you! As a matter of fact the sales force is probably not aware of Harman’s
I have yet to see a salesperson who received comission for not selling to
new customers >
But if Harman has found a way to solve that, maybe they should file a
… and why do they spend money for full page adds (see the attachment)
is it just for fun??
BTW, a guy from a hardware company in Germany told me that he sees
currently more adds from QNX than from VxWorks and that his customers
want to use their offered boards more under QNX than in the past …
I don’t think QSS will disappoint his customers because of getting
commision for not selling, at least in Germany