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"I have been working with Internet technology and it's challenges since 1989 and our most difficult task is to quickly convert legacy applications and data into a web based application. The best example of this legacy application was the Navy's Engineering Change Proposal Application. An automated tool was supposed to streamline a very common business task. Many contractors and application developers have attempted to automate this process and have failed. We turned to the development product ZOPE and have completely rewritten the meaning of legacy conversions. The ECP application was developed under ZOPE and accepted after an extensive competitive development process."

 -  James Glenn, Internet Branch Head Code J561, Space and Electronic Warfare Command, System Support Center Charleston,U.S. Navy Internet Manager

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