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 <h3>Quartz Binary & Source Downloads</h3>
 	All of our downloads are hosted on SourceForge<br /><br/>
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                         <td>The latest release of Quartz is:</td>
                         <td>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td>
-                        <td><b>Quartz 1.4.0-beta3</b> <i>(6/02/2004)</i></td>
+                        <td><b>Quartz 1.4.0</b> <i>(6/10/2004)</i></td>
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                         <td>The current stable version of Quartz is:</td>
                         <td>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td>
-                        <td><b>Quartz 1.3.4</b> <i>(4/14/2004)</i></td>
+                        <td><b>Quartz 1.4.0</b> <i>(6/10/2004)</i></td>
                 </tr>
                 <tr>
                         <td>The lastest release of the Quartz Web-App is:</td>
     that already have Quartz embedded within them.</p>
     
     
-    Here is a list of just a few Quartz users:
+    Here is a list of just a few of the hundreds of Quartz users:
     <ul>
         <li><b>Vodafone Ireland</b> - uses Quartz for scheduling tests to be carried out on systems in order to generate quality of service information.</li>
         <li><b>Covalent Technologies, Inc.</b> - uses Quartz within their CAM product to handle anything scheduling related in the system,
         such as: scheduling server actions (start, restart, etc.), metric
         calculations, data cleanup daemons, etc.</li>
-        <li><b>PartNET Inc.</b> - uses Quartz for scheduling application event and driving workflows within many of its products.</li>
-        <li><b>U.S. Department of Defence</b> - uses Quartz at various points within an electronic commerce application.</li>
+        <li><b>PartNET Inc.</b> - uses Quartz for scheduling application events and driving workflows within many of its products.</li>
+        <li><b>U.S. Department of Defence</b> - uses Quartz at various points within an electronic commerce application, noteably order fulfillment.</li>
         <li><b>Level3 Communications</b> - uses Quartz to drive software builds and deployments.</li>
         <li><b>Atlassian</b> - uses Quartz within their JIRA and Confluence products.</li>
         <li><b>Cisco</b> - uses Quartz in various in-house systems.</li>
         <li><b>Apache Jakarta</b> - Quartz is used within (or as plugins to) several products falling under the Jakarta umbrella.</li>
         <li><b>OpenSymphony</b> - Uses Quartz to drive the OS Workflow product.</li>
         <li><b>Spring</b> - Quartz is used within the Spring Framework.</li>
+        <li><b>XpoLog</b> - uses Quartz within XpoLog Center in order to enable automatic technical support. 
     </ul>
     
     <p><i>If you'd like your company/product listed (or removed) please send us an 
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