We've tapped into a huge demand, and it's up to us to fulfill that demand and to be creative doing it.
I think we're proving ourselves as we go along. The past several months our strategy has been evolutionary - making maximum advantage of our client browser, as well as our enterprise software for people who want to build Web sites.
In my column series 'The Main Thing', I often talk about how Internet technology can improve the way people communicate - both within a business and between a business and its customers and partners.
I was telling the truth. I feel like we got that point across.
I've tended to work at fast-growing companies that improve the way business gets done.
Well, the sales of our products clearly demonstrate their value to businesses and to individuals.
That's the ultimate gratification in any business situation - do customers buy the product? And do they use it and do they come back and buy more of it?
We can provide beta software to our developers in advance of the general public. We can easily link up with external partners, customers, and suppliers.
One of Netscape's main attractions to customers from Day One is that we provide alternatives. And that's cherished by many customers - certainly not all.
I think they should separate Microsoft's application group from its operating system group.
After all, it's the future of business communication that we're looking toward.
We provide many options in many product areas that they seem to want to adopt, and that's working well for us.
We're building a great company, and we're very excited about the future of the company.
Well, another market is being created now out of Internet technology.
I want my testimony to stand on that point. But I would point out that Zona Research Inc. showed we have increased market share among business users, educational users, and government users over the past several months - and that's more recent than the IDC report.
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