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Hindsight being 20/20, TeleMagic has proved to have been years ahead of its time.  This technology has served us well for 20 years. Many current TeleMagic users are expanding and new TM5 applications are being deployed even 2 years after Sage gave up supporting the application.  If the TeleMagic DOS version is any indication, these applications will live on for the foreseeable life of the Windows 2003/XP/2K/NT/98 platforms.  Now with TeleMagic Online, Go Global and other technologies there are even more new opportunities.

For TeleMagic users, version 5 is the end of the Windows line. Or is it? Add Hotbuttons or WinBatch and create your own version 6. TeleMagic is dead; long live the TeleMagic "Money Machine" applications we have created and the new ones we have yet to invent.
Supporting TeleMagic for 20 years
Written by Steve Heising   
May 01, 2005 at 05:28 PM
Steve Heising, MBA
Marketing Center Associates
P.O. Box 18432
Boulder, CO 80038-1432
303-581-9296

Putting TeleMagic and the Internet to work for sustainability.  TeleMagician since version 8.3b in 1986.  More than 300 installations and counting.  Custom Databases, Imports and Exports.  Email and Web services, USA.NET CMS e-mail and hosted Microsoft Exchange services since 1997.  Information Systems Consultant - Work group databases, strategy and tactics for successful IS implementation.  Setup and support for in house and outsourced solutions, TeleMagic, TeleMagic Online, GoGlobal, Terminal Services.  Moving forward, I would like to be able to help more companies with Green and Sustainable products invent new and sustainable ways to do business. 

BioTech Startup through Venture Capital:  1981-1989 - 8 years with Evans BioControl Company. Startup though 8.5 million in venture capital, 0 to 60 employees and 0 - 3 facilities. Sales Rep, Greenhouse Manager, Marketing Director, Vice President. Although the venture capital funded adventure ultimately failed, (and I can tell you about three business principles that were overlooked or ignored, and why we failed), three biological control products and techniques we pioneered; parasitic wasps for control of flies in feedlots and daries, protozoan pathogens for controlling grasshoppers, and entomogenous nematodes for suppressing hydroponic greenhouse pests are in common use today.  Created new database applications and setup and adapted my first TeleMagic contact database for this highly seasonal adventure.

Computer Related Employment:  1989-2006 - 17th year of self-employment providing database and internet information services. TeleMagic, Act, GoldMine, USA.NET, UCN In-Contact, PeakWebHosting, and several other products and services over the years. While it doesn't usually work right the first time we try something new (as in a new release), it usually works right in the end.  If there is a bug in a new version of software, I can find it, and then usually quickly find a workaround.  I've given up supporting the other popular legacy products Act! and Goldmine (less flexible and less robust) and currently support custom TeleMagic and TeleMagic database applications, small networks, email and web based solutions.

Last Updated ( May 15, 2006 at 02:39 PM )
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TeleMagic Obituary and Epitaph
Written by Steve Heising   
Apr 12, 2004 at 11:54 AM
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TeleMagic Obituary and Epitaph. January 1, 2004

Now that TeleMagic has officially been "Sunsetted" by the powers that own it, it is proving to be pretty hard to kill it.  Many users are just now figuring out how to use all the stuff that is in there.  We 've even had some users switch to brand x and then switch back.  New seats and upgrades are still being sold and registered daily.  Best Software is continuing to sell and register new licenses for new and upgrade users. End user support continues to be handled by the 100 or so successful resellers who support thousands of users over the 20-year-old client base.

Last Updated ( May 23, 2005 at 04:01 PM )
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TeleMagic User Forum
Written by Steve Heising   
May 03, 2005 at 04:58 PM
Coming soon, TeleMagic user forum. Post a TeleMagic question, and hopefully we'll have an answer. You will need to login to access this feature. In the meantime, send your questions and comments by email to

Thanks for visiting.
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