YEAR 2000 READINESS DISCLOSURE
All prior Year 2000 compliance letters and other written statements VanLoozen has made regarding the Year 2000 processing capabilities of it's products are being designated as " Year 2000 Readiness Disclosures" under the provisions of the Year 2000 Information and Readiness Disclosure Act.
VanLoozen Systems Inc. ( VLS ) regards the challenges of the year 2000 as a serious development and business issue, and is currently investigating and addressing the impact that the new millennium will have on our products and customers.
VanLoozen Systems products, Transition Records Management EL & ML, manipulate dates through shared components. Two of these components, Tracking and Auditing use dates to archive, log and timestamp transactions. VLS products use Microsoft Visual Basic date functions and use four-digit year notation or use Universal Coordinated Time (UCT) for timestamps and are therefore Year 2000 compliant as long as the underlying hardware and operating system and data base are complaint.
Two additional components that come in contact with dates are the DBHandler and the VRData control. These components come in contact with dates as a pass- through operation between the database and the application using these components. No manipulation or calculations are preformed on data from the database or the application. These components place the responsibility for Year 2000 compliance on the database or the application using the component.
All other components do not manipulate or perform calculations on dates and are therefore Year 2000 compliant.
The information provided to you in this document may not be exhaustive or current and you are advised to check regularly with VLS for further developments or changes. THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CERTIFICATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF ANY KIND. VanLoozen Systems' obligations and responsibilities regarding VanLoozens' products are governed solely by the agreements under which they are sold or licensed.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Steve Hoyer, Director, Information Services by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 734.953.5810 x109.
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