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Re: Are people really using real XForms in real life?

From: Arvind Pandey <pandey_arvind@extenprise.net>
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 10:41:24 +0530
Message-ID: <013401c41b95$9d7f76f0$2000a8c0@bisleri>
To: "Mark Seaborne" <mseaborne@origoservices.com>, <www-forms@w3.org>

Reliance Petro (4th largest global polymer co)
Indian Railways (largest Rail Co in world)
Tata Steel (Largest private steel co in India)
Cummins
.........

These are some of our clients in last six months
who use XForms (generated thru X-Aide -- 
our IDE for developing XML based applications)...
Specific case studies can be provided on request.

regards
arvind pandey
CEO, Extenprise Inc.
+91-98220-62498


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Seaborne" <mseaborne@origoservices.com>
To: <www-forms@w3.org>
Sent: Friday, April 02, 2004 2:27 PM
Subject: Are people really using real XForms in real life?


>
> Greetings,
>
> I keep being told by people who haven't started using XForms that it is
not
> proven technology yet, because no one is using it, there is no browser
> support, Microsoft aren't implementing, it doesn't slice bread straight or
> make a good cup of coffee, and so on and so forth. When I talk to vendors
> they tell me that they have customers live today, who think that XForms is
> actually more useful than sliced bread.
>
> Well, I have to do a short presentation at a conference next Tuesday, in
> front of a business audience representing a large chunk of the UK life
> insurance industry. They will be there to hear business justification for
> looking at XForms. The question will come up, "Why should we adopt XForms
> when no one else has?" and I expect the person asking might look a little
> smug as they sit back and await the answer.
>
> So, implementors and vendors, I will redirect the question to you in
> advance. How many organisations are using your products today for mission
> critical applications?
>
> Please reply to me direct. If I get enough replies to this question
> (unlikely I guess), I will do a quick sum and, good or bad, I will post
the
> answer. If those who reply could give some indication as to customer size,
> or application size that would add interest.
>
> If I don't post again on this subject, assume that either I was killed in
a
> tragic accident involving an XForms  model, a bread slicing machine and
> coffee maker, or I didn't get enough replies, or I forgot.
>
>
> All the best
>
>
> Mark
>
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