Gathering OFBiz User References

Hello All,

The Open For Business Project is progressing very well. We have released Beta 1 of version 2.0, and we will be releasing another beta fairly soon, and the final 2.0 release will likely be out around the middle of next month.

We are aware of quite a few people who are using OFBiz, and some who even have OFBiz based sites deployed. The point of this email is to start the process of gathering this information for publication on our website.

There are two big reasons for getting this data together:

1. It is a great co-marketing opportunity. You have a chance to let people take a look at what you've done, get the word out about you and/or your company, and get increased exposure for your clients (if you have clients).

2. It will help push the Open For Business Project forward by making it easier for each of us to demonstrate the viability of this open source enterprise Java solution.

Here is the information we are looking for:

1. Company Name
2. Technical and/or Marketing Contacts (email address is fine)
3. Website URL, and a URL for deployed, public OFBiz software (if applicable)

For consulting organizations we would like a list of clients (preferrably with their permission) including this information, or as much of it as possible.

Please send this information to the ofbiz-users@lists.sf.net mailing list, or to Andy (jaz@jflow.net) or me (jonesde@ofbiz.org) directly.

Around the end of next we will be announcing some of our own clients and as many other users of OFBiz as we can gather. This will happen around the time of the 2.0 final release, which will happen a little bit before the Retail Systems 2002 show in Chicago on June 24-27.

For those interested, Andy and I will be at a booth at this show with the company that we are working for (InteractApps of Indianapolis). So, come by and say hi if you happen to be there.

Later,
-David Jones

Posted by David E. Jones 2002-05-15

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