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To: Hugh McBride, CEO of McBride Financial Services

From: Abram LaBelle, Head System Networker of Smith Systems Consulting

CC: Joseph Peterson, CEO of Smith Systems Consulting

Date: February 19, 2007

Re: Proposal for Recommended Integrated Enterprise Information System (IEIS)

Dear Mr. McBride:

After reading your recent email, I can understand your concerns. But let me assure you that Smith Systems Consulting has your best interest at heart. With over 13 years experience in designing and maintaining network systems for Fortune 500 companies and several smaller companies like McBride Financial Services, our knowledgeable support team is here for you.

Now, let us discuss your concerns and that of your friend. In your email, you brought up several questions: 1) Whether or not it would be wise to purchase an integrated enterprise information system (IEIS); 2) What is the significance of пÑ--Ð...programming languageпÑ--Ð... to McBride Financial Services anyway; 3) If purchased, what programming language will the application be written in and will it be supported by McBrideпÑ--Ð...sпÑ--Ð... current Windows platform; and 4) If the proposed application is non-supportable, how will Smith Systems Consulting resolve the incomparability issues and at what cost?

First of all, you must understand what computer programming languages are and why they are significant to McBride Financial Services and its current networking needs. Simply put, a computer programming language is a computer tool that allows a programmer to write commands in a format that is easily understood, and will result in the designated tasks being performed (John Wiley & Sons, 1997). In your specific case, we will specialize in developing the programming languages that will operate the in-house...



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