power on programming language

we have purchased a banking software(symitar) that uses: power on programming language.
has anyone heard of this?
my boss thinks it is based on an old ibm language.
what I need is a programming manual.
javagairAsked:
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cupCommented:
poweron is quite a clever marketing name - it ensures that if you don't get the right keywords, you can't find anything.  Guess it is one of those where they keep a tight lid on things and make money by getting you to attend classes.

Have a look at

http://www.symitar.com/Strategic_OperationalImpact/PowerOn/

Go to product brief, fill in the details and see what they allow you to download.  May not be much but may be a good starting point.

Also some examples in http://flash.jackhenry.com/elearning/Replays/PowerOnIII/13.TelTranPromptVal/Workbook0.pdf

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cupCommented:
Is there any help documentation provided with the package that has examples of this language?

Maybe what they meant is that it works like a service: it runs when the machine powers on.
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javagairAuthor Commented:
It is based on the programming language PL1 that ibm used way back when and is one of the first programming languages.
I can only assume that it has been upgraded to gui.
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javagairAuthor Commented:
we get no manuals unless we pay them a fortune to take a class in the language, we are programmers, so if we had some type of manual it wouldn't take long to figure out how to program.
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javagairAuthor Commented:
no connection to manual
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