Our Satisfied Customers

Liquid XML Studio is being used by thousands of organisations around the globe including many FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies, as part of their business critical projects.

In a customer survey Liquid XML Studio achieved a 97% customer satisfaction rating. Over 83% rated Liquid XML Studio in the top 3 categories of Excellent, Very Good & Good.

Over 90% said they would recommend Liquid XML Studio to a colleague and that the sophisticated Development Environment saved them both time and money.

Customers By Industry

Amphitech Systems Appriss, Inc.
Australian DoD Boeing
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) CODY Systems
EADS Astrium Essent Belgium
Essex County Council Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
GE Healthcare Germanischer Lloyd AG
Harris Corporation HART Technologies
Healthlinks Pty Ltd Lockheed Martin
Maryland Environmental Service Medical Decisions Network
MEDRAD Mortara Rangoni Europe srl
Northrop Grumman NSA
Rolls-Royce Marine AS Saab Training Systems AB
Sparta/Cobham Thales
US Army Material Command US DoD
Allstate Insurance Company American Express
Banca Intesa Bank of America
Barclays Capital Barclays Global Investors
BGL Group BlueCrest Capital Management LLP
BNP Paribas Capgemini
Equifax Groupama
HSBC Bank Kaplan Compliance Solutions
KIBS AD Skopje Lehman Brothers
Lloyd's Register Maritime General Agency
MeridianLink Merrill Lynch
Nomura International Plc Quantlab Financial LLC
Safe Auto Insurance IT SNL Financial
Standard Life TCP LifeSystems
UNIQA Osiguranje Unitrin Direct Auto Insurance
ACTIA Automotive ABB Schweiz AG
Agilent Technologies Altera Corporation
Amtrak Autodiagnos
Bayer Technology Services Bentley Systems, Inc.
DHL Doms A/S
DRT, Inc. EBSCO Industries
Freescale Semiconductor Fedex
Garmin International - MotionBased Greenbrier Companies
Hogia Group Horst Mosolf GmbH & Co. KG
IKUSI SIS, S.A. Koenig & Bauer AG
Magneti Marelli Powertrain Navteq
Operador Nacional do Sistema Elétrico Orica Mining Services
PANalytical BV Pitney Bowes
Quorum Rolls-Royce Marine AS
SADEF Scandpower Petroleum Technology
SENER SMA und Partner AG
SNCF Teradyne
Topcon Positioning Systems Via Rail Canada Inc
WL | Delft Hydraulics  
3M Accenture Services
Atari Melbourne House Bally Gaming & Systems
BT Cadillac Jack
Canon Capgemini sd&m
Carl Zeiss Vision CGI
Cisco Systems Computer Associates
Crabtree & Evelyn CSC International Systems
DigiForge ECI Telecom
EDS EMI Records
ESI Group Encom
Ericsson Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH
Garmin International GORDIC
HART Technologies Heinz
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Hewlett Packard
IBM Intel Corporation
Macrovision Limited Microsoft Corporation
Nokia Option Germany GmbH
PANalytical BV Panasonic
PlateSpin Ltd SEEC
Siemens SparxSystems Software
Stratus Telecommunications Tandberg Television
Tektronix Communications Thales Communications
Varian Medical Systems Walmart
Bellevue University College of Information Technology Blekinge Institute of Technology
Box Hill Institute Brandenburg University of Technology
British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) Carnegie Mellon University
Charles Sturt University Claremont Graduate University
HAN University Kyushu Institute of Technology
Lincoln College McMurry University
New York Institute Of Technology Oulu University of Applied Sciences
Poznan University of Technology Royal Holloway University of London
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Saint Louis University Madrid Campus Texas Tech University
Ulm University, Institute of Databases and Information Systems Université Paris XI
University of Applied Sciences Landshut University of Basle
University of California - UCLA, UCSD/San Diego Supercomputer Center University of Colorado
University of Colombo School of Computing University of Macerata
University of Pierre and Marie Curie University of Phoenix
University of Tuebingen University of Utah
University of Zurich Washington State University

Customers Comments

Software developer
UK Insurer

"...speeded up the initial 'can we do this' process by a huge margin."

S Griffin
Fusion Storm

"I really like this editor. Clean and simple to use."

S Osoba
Novasys Technologies

"Very nice app...makes doing XSD very easy."

Tim Boemker

"An intuitive user interface, a great graphical editor, switch easily between the graphical editor and the text editor."

B Denny

"Liquid is an awesome tool."

K McKenna

"Excellent piece of software for my needs."

C Morse
Home User

"Where have you been? I've been looking for something like this for two years."

P Dolle
IP Parking BV

"A great tool! I really love it and it saves me lots of cumbersome manual XML editing."

S Snambur
Qwest Communications

"...this product is so cool. It addresses all my needs."

J Pincar

"No matter how much we changed in the schema, getting the code to implement was just a simple click away."

D Lloyd
isban uk

"Really good product. we have Altova XML Spy too but I prefer the functionality of XML Studio."

C Kirkham

"Excellent - Production of schema has now been speeded up significantly."

C Wood
State of Maine

"Features that we get here would cost us a lot of money elsewhere!"

German Manufacturer

"...fastest way to go from a XML schema to a complex class library in 4 languages in just a few minutes."

B Sandridge

"Loved the code generation part."

Software House

"I have been using Stylus Studio but Liquid XML is far superior."

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Case Studies

Case Study

In our research group, we are building a nanoscale semiconductor device simulation software called “nextnano”.

This project started over 10 years ago. At that time, “nextnano” was developed in Fortran (as almost any piece of scientific software). As the project grew bigger and bigger a new generation of doctoral candidates decided to rework the code and use an object oriented programming language, namely C++.

Object oriented design patterns reduced the lines of code to about 20% compared to the Fortran version. However, more and more doctoral candidates implemented more and more physical models into “nextnano++” and nextnano became a code monster again.

Two years ago, two new doctoral candidates had the problem, that is was almost impossible to include new features to “nextnano++” due to the very complex structure and dependencies of the C++ source code.

Hence, Thomas and I decided to do another reimplementation cycle of nextnano, this time in C#. Therefore, we moved from a custom text-based input-file format to a fully scriptable XML input file.

Since “nextnano.net” has many input parameters (description of the device, simulation parameters, numerical control parameters,…), the XML structure is quite complicated and the XSD file has more than 2000 lines.

At that point, we greatly benefit from XML Studio, since we can design the XSD scheme graphically.

Currently, “nextnano.net” has the status of “work in progress” and we introduce/change/delete/move input-parameters very often.

Here, XML Studio (and the integration into Visual Studio) saves us a lot of time.

As you can see, we are using only a very small part of XML Studio, but this small part is of great importance to us.

I must repeat once again - you do agreat job with Liquid XML Studio.

Peter Greck

HAN University of Applied Sciences

We are using Liquid XML Studio in our curriculum because of its ease-of-use and intuitive user interface.

Liquid Technologies has provided us with educational licenses for our Academy and we are pleased with their excellent support and short response times on enquiries.

Our students are enthusiastic and use it in our system-integration courses. It motivates them to learn more about XML. Liquid XML Studio has proven itself as a valuable tool for quickly understanding XML and XML-Schemas for our students.

Marcel G.G. Verheij MIB


Academy of Communication and Information Technology

HAN University of Applied Sciences

Arnhem, The Netherlands

Collège de l'Outaouais

I am a teacher in a college in Québec, Canada, where we offer a 3 year postsecondary program in software development. I teach a 2nd year course that includes XML basic principles and application development. I have been using Liquid XML Studio for 2 years.

There are several useful features which make XML Studio a valuable teaching tool:

  • The interface is intuitive and easy to learn.
  • The XML editor is easy to use thanks to features such as color coding, design mode and Intellisense.
  • The XPath query builder is very useful in testing queries since results displayed by highlighting selected nodes directly in the source XML code. It also generates code snippets for C#, Java, VB .Net which speeds up application development.
  • A validating parser uses DTDs or XML schemas to check for correctness, providing informative messages if errors are encountered.
  • XML schemas can be created in different ways:
    • with an editor which uses Intellisense
    • by converting a DTD
    • by automatic inference from XML source code
    • with the Graphic design mode which offers a visual representation for easy design and update
  • The XSLT editor which offers the same features as XML editor and generates output from XML data.

Submit Your Success Story

As you can see, Liquid XML Studio is in use by a large number of customers across a wide range of industries.

We would welcome submissions from customers who would like to share their experiences about how Liquid XML Studio has helped them in their own XML projects.

If you would like to submit a comment or a case study for our consideration then please contact us.