Changes between Version 55 and Version 56 of adoptibis


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Timestamp:
12/17/16 10:50:52 (6 years ago)
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Garth Braithwaite
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    4949 * Software development and support contracts are available through [http://www.stgutah.com Software Technology Group (STG)], a private company in Salt Lake City, UT. The IBIS-PH community has built an excellent rapport with STG technical staff persons who work with IBIS-PH.  STG has many years of experience with IBIS-PH and has demonstrated their passion for the project and enthusiasm for providing solutions in the best interests of the IBIS-PH community. Further, monthly conference calls with IBIS-PH development and support persons, Garth Braithwaite, Paul Leo, and Zhiwei Liu, are held to ensure transparency and communication with the IBIS-PH community.
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    51 ''' BOTTOM LINE: The IBIS-PH software is free, has a number of great features that can be used to meet much of what a agency needs, and when compared to some solutions can be cheaper in capital costs.  IBIS-PH is not all things to all organizations - it is not even a 100% match for any of the existing adopters.  Anytime an agency collects and shares data it will have significant "soft" costs (whether employing a 100% manual website, implementing a robust data warehouse solution, using IBIS, or putting your data into a cloud based commercial system).  The IBIS-PH software aims to provide 80% of an adopter's data dissemination needs with the least total cost of ownership for those adopters who want to control and/or own their online data presence.
     51''' BOTTOM LINE: The IBIS-PH software is free, has a number of great features that can be used to meet much of what a agency needs, and when compared to some solutions can be cheaper (both in capital costs and on going costs).  IBIS-PH is not all things to all organizations - it is not even a 100% match for any of the existing adopters.  Anytime an agency collects and shares data it will have significant "soft" costs (whether employing a 100% manual website, implementing a robust data warehouse solution, using IBIS, or putting your data into a cloud based commercial system).  The IBIS-PH software aims to provide 80% of an adopter's data dissemination needs with the least total cost of ownership for those adopters who want to control and/or own their online data presence.