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November 14, 2007


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Dennis Howlett

This seems like one heck of a stretch to call this an E2.0 implementation. At best it's RAD.

bill Ives

Dennis Thanks for your comment. Not sure if you are referring to the enterprise part or the 2.0 part. I see web 2.0 and enterprise 2.0 as more about activity than technology. I see it about transparency, participation, common workspaces rather than silos, and access. There needs to be a technology to support this and that is what QuickBase does. It is designed for workgroups rather than an enterprise wide application like a portal or intranet but it is designed to work inside an enterprise. So perhaps we have different views on enterprise 2.0. It is a broad term. Bill

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