[ILUG-BOM] CA offers to test GNUKhata

Saswata Banerjee & Associates scrapo at saswatabanerjee.com
Tue Jan 5 16:59:43 IST 2010

On 1/5/2010 3:24 PM, Rony Bill wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 1:14 PM, jtd  wrote:
>>> If people are careful with their critical doze systems and don't
>>> use them for entertainment or play, avoid using pen drives and
>>> opening mail attachments on the net then the systems run quite
>>> smoothly until the hardware itself begins to get unstable.
>> Wait until your database ballons with records 2 years down the line.
>> Especially when you have higher hits. The solution most gleefully
>> suggested by the vendor / consultant is bigger iron.
> I've seen records upto 6-7 years in Tally.
The trick in tally is different.
In order to prevent accidental modification of previous year data, the 
tally data is split into different years.
After audit and finalisation, the previous year's tally data is 
separated and put into a different file so the current year remains 
small and usable in any case.
>> But here i am
>> talking of BIG installs.
> Do the biggies use Tally?
Most of the real biggies use ERP
But i have used tally in a US$15 million export house (actually ran 
their accounts)
and worked with another company Rs. 175 Cr multi-location shipping line 
who used tally purely till we moved them into erp.
We used to have upto 3500 primary transactions and another 1500 
secondary transactions each month in the export company.

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