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September 18, 2007 Enhances the Interactive User Experience

New York - WFX On, the leader in On-Demand product development software for the Fashion and Apparel Industry, announced today the completion of adoption of Ajax Technology into their suite of solutions.

Ajax is a web development technique with allows web pages to be more responsive by exchanging small amounts of data with the server behind the scenes, so that the user does not have to wait for the entire web page to be reloaded each time a change is made. The result is a vast improvement in a user's interactive experience through speed, functionality and usability.

The classic web application architecture takes most user actions to the server, probably located in a different continent, for processing. Until the processed data returns, the user is left waiting for the information before he or she can continue to use the application. Clearly this outdated technology is both frustrating and time consuming for the user.

Ajax Technology enables web application users to benefit from both the extensive reach of the web now with increased processing speed of desktop applications. And with conglomerates such as Google incorporating Ajax into every new product, the future of this technology is strong.

"For Web Enterprise Applications, time is of the essence and business users recognize every second they are made to wait online. So Ajax, although adopted by few, is a necessity for all interactive applications." Explains Drish Paul, CEO. by World Fashion Exchange is a On-Demand Solution provider for the Fashion Industry specializing in Product Development Software.

WFX brings you WFX Web PDM and WFX Web PLM On-Demand starting at $85 user/month. More information is available at

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WFX is the leader in On-Demand Product Development Software – Web PLM and Web PDM – for the Fashion and Apparel Industry. Subscription-based pricing plans and fanatical support ensures customers get the quickest return on their investment. More information is available at

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