To celebrate 25 years in business, Process Software is inviting
customers and partners to share their most memorable experience with
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As I type this, I can't believe that I've been with Process Software
for more than 12 years. Time has flown by, and I've had a great time
working on our products: TCPware, then managing the MultiNet transition
from TGV, then overseeing the PMDF transition from Innosoft, and most
recently, designing, creating, and maintaining PreciseMail Anti-Spam
Gateway. I really can't believe that I started working on PMAS about
7 years ago. Fighting spam continues to be fun, challenging, and frustrating,
all at the same time.
During my tenure at Process Software, I've gotten to know many of
our customers fairly well, and I enjoy the interactions with them.
Working on software isn't half as much fun if you don't also know that
people are using it and finding it useful; that's true for both our
commercial projects and my freeware projects. My family and I appreciate
our loyal customers and the fact that their support for our products
continues to allow me to do for a living something I love to do.
- Hunter Goatley
I have been organizing Process Software beta tests for 10 years and
it is always fun to interact with customers as they share
their excitement for trying out new features. Here is an excerpt from an email
that a customer sent me when he learned about a new PMDF beta test
Getting these e-mails is like hearing Santa's sleigh – You just know
that wonderful things are on the way.
I’ve already registered, can I download the kits now? How about now?
Looking forward to a fun beta cycle."
- Lauren Maschio
This being my 15th year working at Process Software, I have many fond
memories. The earliest was my first major project re-rewrting the routing
code in TCPware to support classless routing. While several customers
had been asking for it, the most driving need was from a major stock
exchange; I loved thinking that my code was involved in so many millions
of dollars of transactions each day - so many billions of packets,
every one sent, in all these years since. It's cool!
Another fond memory is of an email on a Friday night from Hunter Goatley
asking about working here at Process. Needless to say, we got back
to him that night and the rest is history.
And then there was the phone call at the hotel as I arrived for DECUS
- to be told we had aquired MultiNet from Cisco. Suddenly our arch
rivalary was over and we had some real celebrations together to start
The first PMAS beta was fun and exciting - a new product developed
in-house by Hunter. We had so many beta sites who sent so many emails
each day. It was busy and fun.
And today it is still fun to take care of our many products - continuing
to add to them, and also adding new ones like VAM.
- Geoff Bryant
Sure beats using HP's TCPIP services.
- Bill Williamson
I would especially like to recognize Tom Welker who has helped us
many times over the years with our support cases. Unfortunately (or
fortunately for me) I will be retiring as of 3/31/09, but I am sure
my team members will be asking for support in the future for PMDF.
- Peggy Jo Smith
Congratulations. 25 years of quality.
- Paul Thompson
We have been using TCPware on VMS (VAX, MicroVAX, TurboChannel, AlphaServer)
for many years (since 1989) and it is the best. Their customer support
people are great.
- Darwin Peebles
I remember working with Ann Steeves when she was there. She was a
fabulous sales person who always made sure things went well with us
and Process Software.
- Stuart Yancy
Congratulations on 25 years!
- Michael Dyon
I've been using MultiNet since 1995 on many mission-critical systems.
The product is very reliable, but support when an issue does happen
to pop up. The architecture is great, and I've appreciated the opportunity
to participate in a number of betas and provide feedback on new developments.
I no longer support MultiNet professionally, but it's been my IP stack
of choice for on two Hobbyist systems for over 5 years. MultiNet rocks!
Congratulations on your 25th anniversary, and here's to the next 25!
- Rich Faust