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I have installed two full versions of PCLaw SQL, one processed only from the MSSQL server 2005 and the second from the MSSQL Server 2003 with a MSTerminal sevices provider using VPN's for service distribution nationally. We have experienced a few minor issues in version 9.3x but speed and performance is not one of them. It has been a positive experience in place since June 2009. We are finalizing training next week for all users and we will be conducting spot question periods until the go-live October 1 when the old program is retired.(no pun intended).
What sort of issues are you experiencing that no change was noticed, their is so much one can do for speed etc.
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12 inches of paper is about 3000 sheets (6 reams) max, probably much less once it's been printed.
Even if you're running 3000 separate bills in 12 hours, that's still between 4 and 5 seconds per bill. If most of those are 2 page bills, that's 8-10 seconds per bill. I can only compare to the non sql version myself, but that seems extraordinarily slow.
How long does it take you to run a known number of invoices, i.e. 10 bills?
How much customization do your bills have?
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