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Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #17253] Fri, 01 September 2006 02:31 Go to next message
Per Kroll is currently offline Per Kroll
Messages: 60
Registered: July 2009
Member
I would like to compile a list of companies that either:

A) Intend to include EPF 1.0 code or content in a commercial product
B) have delivered, or intend to deliver, services around EPF 1.0 or earlier
version.
C) Is or intend to use EPF 1.0 or earlier version for their projects



I assume that most of the companies actively participating in the project
intend to do either, but I need to get that confirmed. A note to just me is
OK (pkroll@us.ibm.com), or post a response to this note. Ideally write a
note on what you intend to do, but no more than one short sentence, such as

"A is using OpenUp for various small projects"
"B is planning to standardize on EPF Composer as an authoring platform
"X intends to deliver training and services around OpenUP"
"Y intends to deliver training around EPF Composer"
"Z intends to produce a product on top of EPF 1.0, and deliver associated
training and consulting."

We may use this information for the Release Review to showcase that we have
a value-add community, on the EPF website to help promote your company, and
for release activities such as analyst and press briefings in conjunction
with the release to showcase broad industry support.

Thanks
Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #19003 is a reply to message #17253] Fri, 22 September 2006 13:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jan masaryk is currently offline jan masaryk
Messages: 50
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Per,

a little bit late :-(
we (Asseco Slovakia, a.s. - www.asseco.sk) indent to use EPF
for internal use (modelling processes of Software Life-Cycle model).
it means alternative C - epf as a authoring platform.

s pozdravom/best regards

Ján Masaryk
Coordination & Quality
Asseco Slovakia, a.s.
Trenčianska 56/A
821 09 Bratislava
SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Phone: + 421-2-20 838 537
e-mail: jan.masaryk@asseco.sk
www.asseco.sk


On Fri, 01 Sep 2006 04:31:22 +0200, Per Kroll <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote:

> I would like to compile a list of companies that either:
>
> A) Intend to include EPF 1.0 code or content in a commercial product
> B) have delivered, or intend to deliver, services around EPF 1.0 or
> earlier
> version.
> C) Is or intend to use EPF 1.0 or earlier version for their projects
>
>
>
> I assume that most of the companies actively participating in the project
> intend to do either, but I need to get that confirmed. A note to just me
> is
> OK (pkroll@us.ibm.com), or post a response to this note. Ideally write a
> note on what you intend to do, but no more than one short sentence, such
> as
>
> "A is using OpenUp for various small projects"
> "B is planning to standardize on EPF Composer as an authoring platform
> "X intends to deliver training and services around OpenUP"
> "Y intends to deliver training around EPF Composer"
> "Z intends to produce a product on top of EPF 1.0, and deliver associated
> training and consulting."
>
> We may use this information for the Release Review to showcase that we
> have
> a value-add community, on the EPF website to help promote your company,
> and
> for release activities such as analyst and press briefings in conjunction
> with the release to showcase broad industry support.
>
> Thanks
>
>



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Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #19441 is a reply to message #17253] Wed, 27 September 2006 21:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Rob Robason is currently offline Rob Robason
Messages: 72
Registered: July 2009
Member
I just stumbled upon EPF a few weeks ago and am exploring it to determine if
we can use it. It looks promising, but I won't know for a while.

Rob Robason
Software Process Manager
Wind River Systems

"Per Kroll" <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:ed861r$pdv$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>I would like to compile a list of companies that either:
>
> A) Intend to include EPF 1.0 code or content in a commercial product
> B) have delivered, or intend to deliver, services around EPF 1.0 or
> earlier version.
> C) Is or intend to use EPF 1.0 or earlier version for their projects
>
>
>
> I assume that most of the companies actively participating in the project
> intend to do either, but I need to get that confirmed. A note to just me
> is OK (pkroll@us.ibm.com), or post a response to this note. Ideally write
> a note on what you intend to do, but no more than one short sentence, such
> as
>
> "A is using OpenUp for various small projects"
> "B is planning to standardize on EPF Composer as an authoring platform
> "X intends to deliver training and services around OpenUP"
> "Y intends to deliver training around EPF Composer"
> "Z intends to produce a product on top of EPF 1.0, and deliver associated
> training and consulting."
>
> We may use this information for the Release Review to showcase that we
> have a value-add community, on the EPF website to help promote your
> company, and for release activities such as analyst and press briefings in
> conjunction with the release to showcase broad industry support.
>
> Thanks
>
>
Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #19927 is a reply to message #19003] Tue, 03 October 2006 02:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: lonsdale.iinet.net.au

Lonsdale Systems presents training courses throughout Australia and SE
Asia. We have presented a SPEM-based process modelling course for the
past three years.

It is our intention to add a practical element to this course based on
EPF/Composer.

We may at a later date develop a specific EPF/Composer course.

We are considering whether to deliver our Requiremenst Analysis course
material using EPF/Composer as an authoring platform.

Regards,
Phil

Lonsdale Systems
www.lonsdalesystems.com
International: +61 411 126 1505
PO BOX 8382, Perth Business Centre
Perth WA 6849, AUSTRALIA
Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products [message #27175 is a reply to message #17253] Wed, 24 January 2007 12:30 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: alexander.pehm.siemens.com

Program and System Engineering (PSE) department of Siemens Austria is
planning to use the EPF Composer as an authoring platform for its software
development process.
It is also intended to collaborate with the EPF Community to improve and
enhance the EPF Composer features.


Alexander Pehm

Siemens AG Austria, PSE KB C Ref1
Support Center Modeling & Business Processes
www.pse.siemens.at
Gudrunstr. 11, A-1100 Vienna, Austria
email: alexander.pehm@siemens.com
phone: +43 (0) 5 1707 47202
Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #565769 is a reply to message #17253] Fri, 22 September 2006 13:09 Go to previous message
jan masaryk is currently offline jan masaryk
Messages: 50
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Per,

a little bit late :-(
we (Asseco Slovakia, a.s. - www.asseco.sk) indent to use EPF
for internal use (modelling processes of Software Life-Cycle model).
it means alternative C - epf as a authoring platform.

s pozdravom/best regards

Ján Masaryk
Coordination & Quality
Asseco Slovakia, a.s.
Trenčianska 56/A
821 09 Bratislava
SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Phone: + 421-2-20 838 537
e-mail: jan.masaryk@asseco.sk
www.asseco.sk


On Fri, 01 Sep 2006 04:31:22 +0200, Per Kroll <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote:

> I would like to compile a list of companies that either:
>
> A) Intend to include EPF 1.0 code or content in a commercial product
> B) have delivered, or intend to deliver, services around EPF 1.0 or
> earlier
> version.
> C) Is or intend to use EPF 1.0 or earlier version for their projects
>
>
>
> I assume that most of the companies actively participating in the project
> intend to do either, but I need to get that confirmed. A note to just me
> is
> OK (pkroll@us.ibm.com), or post a response to this note. Ideally write a
> note on what you intend to do, but no more than one short sentence, such
> as
>
> "A is using OpenUp for various small projects"
> "B is planning to standardize on EPF Composer as an authoring platform
> "X intends to deliver training and services around OpenUP"
> "Y intends to deliver training around EPF Composer"
> "Z intends to produce a product on top of EPF 1.0, and deliver associated
> training and consulting."
>
> We may use this information for the Release Review to showcase that we
> have
> a value-add community, on the EPF website to help promote your company,
> and
> for release activities such as analyst and press briefings in conjunction
> with the release to showcase broad industry support.
>
> Thanks
>
>



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Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #565970 is a reply to message #17253] Wed, 27 September 2006 21:25 Go to previous message
Rob Robason is currently offline Rob Robason
Messages: 72
Registered: July 2009
Member
I just stumbled upon EPF a few weeks ago and am exploring it to determine if
we can use it. It looks promising, but I won't know for a while.

Rob Robason
Software Process Manager
Wind River Systems

"Per Kroll" <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:ed861r$pdv$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>I would like to compile a list of companies that either:
>
> A) Intend to include EPF 1.0 code or content in a commercial product
> B) have delivered, or intend to deliver, services around EPF 1.0 or
> earlier version.
> C) Is or intend to use EPF 1.0 or earlier version for their projects
>
>
>
> I assume that most of the companies actively participating in the project
> intend to do either, but I need to get that confirmed. A note to just me
> is OK (pkroll@us.ibm.com), or post a response to this note. Ideally write
> a note on what you intend to do, but no more than one short sentence, such
> as
>
> "A is using OpenUp for various small projects"
> "B is planning to standardize on EPF Composer as an authoring platform
> "X intends to deliver training and services around OpenUP"
> "Y intends to deliver training around EPF Composer"
> "Z intends to produce a product on top of EPF 1.0, and deliver associated
> training and consulting."
>
> We may use this information for the Release Review to showcase that we
> have a value-add community, on the EPF website to help promote your
> company, and for release activities such as analyst and press briefings in
> conjunction with the release to showcase broad industry support.
>
> Thanks
>
>
Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products leveraging EPF 1.0? [message #566378 is a reply to message #19003] Tue, 03 October 2006 02:01 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: lonsdale.iinet.net.au

Lonsdale Systems presents training courses throughout Australia and SE
Asia. We have presented a SPEM-based process modelling course for the
past three years.

It is our intention to add a practical element to this course based on
EPF/Composer.

We may at a later date develop a specific EPF/Composer course.

We are considering whether to deliver our Requiremenst Analysis course
material using EPF/Composer as an authoring platform.

Regards,
Phil

Lonsdale Systems
www.lonsdalesystems.com
International: +61 411 126 1505
PO BOX 8382, Perth Business Centre
Perth WA 6849, AUSTRALIA
Re: Pls let me know if your company will use, deliver services or build products [message #575312 is a reply to message #17253] Wed, 24 January 2007 12:30 Go to previous message
Alexander Pehm is currently offline Alexander Pehm
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Program and System Engineering (PSE) department of Siemens Austria is
planning to use the EPF Composer as an authoring platform for its software
development process.
It is also intended to collaborate with the EPF Community to improve and
enhance the EPF Composer features.


Alexander Pehm

Siemens AG Austria, PSE KB C Ref1
Support Center Modeling & Business Processes
www.pse.siemens.at
Gudrunstr. 11, A-1100 Vienna, Austria
email: alexander.pehm@siemens.com
phone: +43 (0) 5 1707 47202
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