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Sabine Hahn said 6 years ago
This is the worst software I ever worked with in my 30+ years professional life, and I did work with many! Seems even the Gregorian Calendar concept is somewhat to hard to cope with for these people - you need to enter 28-2-16 for some end of February 2016 reports. I wish I could give minus stars. I feel truly sorry for people who have to work day-in day-out with this program.

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