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SQLAnywhere OEM - HELP

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2009-07-02 13:25:08.0Z
Mike Posted on 2009-07-02 01:39:31.0Z
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I'm ashamed for Sybase's sake to admit this but as an OEM
partner company I have to say I'm treated as a nuisance by
my sales rep rather than as a valued customer. In other
words, thanks James Gingerich.

Now, since I've had to turn to the newsgroup hoping to get
some guidance on this...how do I go about getting my
database in compliance for OEM distribution. I have a
document from version 10 that also directed me to a website
where I could apply for my OEM authentication key BUT after
2 weeks now I'm assuming nothing is going to come from doing
that. Can someone please help me? I need to figure this
out very soon because we are putting the final touches on
our software prior to launch.

Thanks in advance,
Mike


Josh Savill [Sybase] Posted on 2009-07-02 13:25:08.0Z
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Mike,

Can you please email me the specifics and the link you went to request an OEM key. I can make sure
you're provided the proper information.

jsavill AT sybase DOT com


--
Joshua Savill
Sybase Inc. - Product Manager

Mike wrote:
> I'm ashamed for Sybase's sake to admit this but as an OEM
> partner company I have to say I'm treated as a nuisance by
> my sales rep rather than as a valued customer. In other
> words, thanks James Gingerich.
>
> Now, since I've had to turn to the newsgroup hoping to get
> some guidance on this...how do I go about getting my
> database in compliance for OEM distribution. I have a
> document from version 10 that also directed me to a website
> where I could apply for my OEM authentication key BUT after
> 2 weeks now I'm assuming nothing is going to come from doing
> that. Can someone please help me? I need to figure this
> out very soon because we are putting the final touches on
> our software prior to launch.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Mike