The precision and fine granularity of objects makes object technology attractive to both the business community, as well as to the application development and technology infrastructure community. A consistent conceptual approach and language improves completeness and correctness in business applications. The multi-tiered architectural concepts play to the improved business cycle time and interoperability allowing organizations ultimately to use technology as a competitive business tool. This improved understanding and control of business problems and technology solutions is finding a home in the larger environment than ever before: the World Wide Web. When Web moves from the static endeavors of today to the more dynamic utilization of tomorrow, distributed object technology is the only viable architecture.
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