I have found a business platform that is Linux-based and does not require Microsoft anywhere in the platform, yet it can interact seamlessly with Windows PCs or dumb terminals. It is a unique collage of best-in-class software and hardware, melded in what is currently termed an “appliance”.
I have also found the perfect Business Intelligence solution to complement this platform. It is also “appliance”-oriented, meaning that you don’t require a large team to implement and maintain the solution.
While I am "transitioning" to retirement, the urge to help SMBs (Small-Medium Businesses) achieve real capabilities at a fraction of their current cost is pulling me back from full retirement. I am considering offers from the two companies.
Finally a question: Should I go into retirement and do my pet retirement project (build MyBabyBoomers.com) or should I accept the offers and work until I "get this out of my system"?
It seems clear from your summary that you have a passion for continuing to work with IT and small businesses. Craft a win-win approach that lets you do everything. Work doesn't need to be "all or nothing". Just an opinion.
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