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Subject: Re: ebXML SF press event -- update on scenarios and such


> * NTT-COM will participate in the TPA formation scenario if Fujitsu
> and Netfish agree -- could someone from these companies please confirm?
> thanks.

Absolutely, Fujitsu welcome NTT-COM joining.
And I think the proposed scenario looks good.

   Kazunori IWASA
   Industry Relations, Fujitsu Software Corporation
   3055 Orchard Drive, San Jose, CA 95134-2022
   TEL: +1(408)456-7983  FAX: +1(408)456-7979
   e-mail: iwasa@fs.fujitsu.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Philippe DeSmedt" <PDeSmedt@viquity.com>
To: "'ebXML poc'" <ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org>
Cc: <ed.julson@eng.sun.com>; <carol.geyer@oasis-open.org>;
<susan.struble@eng.sun.com>; <simon.nicholson@eng.sun.com>;
<steven.yung@sun.com>; <joe.dalman@tiecommerce.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 7:38 PM
Subject: ebXML SF press event -- update on scenarios and such

> All,
> Thanks to those who have responded to my e-mail last evening on scenarios
> for the SF ebXML press event's PoC. Let me address some of the points that
> were made, and request your assistance in crafting the scenarios:
> * webMethods has expressed interest in participating; at Tokyo, their
> participation was thwarted due to a hardware failure; I welcome them back,
> and we'll need to figure out a way to integrate them into the proposed
> scenarios (see below);
> * the question was raised by Joe Dalman of TIE Commerce why we're
> suggesting to show AIAG rather than GCI: I don't have a strong preference
> either way; the reason I picked AIAG is because of the way we've allocated
> the participants to the tracks: after doing the allocations for tracks 1
> 2, IBM and IPNet are the participants that are left to show an actual
> messaging scenario; given that they are all set up for the AIAG scenario,
> thought it best to stick with that (for the sake of minimizing the
> possibility of introducing changes that might destabilize a working demo);
> * Ed Julson brought up a very important point: we need to allow enough
> time to write the slides and scripting to go with the screens that we will
> be showing; we need to ASAP decide what screens to show, so that Ed and
> team can work on the slides; Nick: is it possible to send the slides that
> you presented at Tokyo?; a good first cut would be for Ed et al. to map
> existing slides against the scenarios that we are suggesting for the SF
> demo; I assume that the screens that we'll show will be pretty much the
> ones as at Tokyo, but of course fewer of them, to comply with the new
> down scenarios;
> * NTT-COM will participate in the TPA formation scenario if Fujitsu
> and Netfish agree -- could someone from these companies please confirm?
> thanks.
> I won't be able to attend tomorrow's PoC conference call, as I am
> However, Nick has suggested that we focus tomorrow's call on the Vancouver
> PoC, rather than on the San Francisco event. Therefore, please use the
> e-mail forum to discuss issues related to the SF event. If need be, we'll
> set up a separate conference call next week to discuss.
> As far as webMethods is concerned, I would suggest that we try to
> them into track 3, i.e., the AIAG scenario, as another buyer. In other
> words, we'll have two buyers, two sellers, and one hub in that scenario.
> objections?
> Given that we're running out of time, I'd like to get consensus on the
> proposed scenarios as soon as possible, Monday at the latest. The sub-team
> can then get together to hammer out the details and work with the
> team to help craft the business message and the accompanying slides.
> If you have any issues with the proposed scenario, please let the entire
> team know as soon as you can.
> Thanks.
> -Philippe
> _______________________________
> Philippe De Smedt
> Architect
> Viquity Corporation (www.viquity.com)
> 1161 N. Fair Oaks Avenue
> Sunnyvale, CA 94089-2102
> (408) 548-9722
> (408) 747-5586 (fax)
> pdesmedt@viquity.com

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