Subject: demos
From: Damien Braniff <Damien_Braniff -at- PAC -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 13:19:57 +0100

We use Demoshield to produce the CD front end and the demos of our software
(just been on the course) and it looks as if we can provide everything needed
(if only it wasn't needed yesterday!). The question I have is one of WHAT to
demo. One suggestion has been to provide a walk through of all the most common
features but I'm not convinced. We do a quick user guide that covers all the
common features - key administration, generating reports (we design/manufacture
access control equipment and software) etc. While useful, I feel what we should
be doing first is demos of the not-so-common features that are used once in a
while such as PhotoID (printing personnel photos onto access cards direct from
access database etc) and leave the quick user guide to cover the common features
until they can be done.

All opinions gratefully received.

Damien Braniff
Technical Author
PAC International

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