At various conferences I've heard from customers that are trying to make the case for using or continuing to use ColdFusion when pitching ideas to their decision makers or executives. One the most frequent requests has been for Adobe (or Macromedia at the time) to publish a customer list which customers can take to the table.

Such an article was recently published, detailing a partial list of the worlds top companies using ColdFusion MX application server. Of note is a list of ColdFusion quick facts at the end that might be useful as an elevator pitch should you ever find yourself squeezed in with your VP for a few floors.

I would add that countless ColdFusion applications run on private intranets of companies like these which are therefore unavailable to search engines that tally application server popularity based on frequency of file extension.

World's Top Companies Use ColdFusion MX
In use at 75 of the Fortune 100 companies and at more than 10,000 other companies worldwide, ColdFusion MX is one of the most widely adopted web technologies in the industry. Here's a partial list of customers (with links to case studies) who rely on ColdFusion for its signature server-scripting environment.


For years Ben Forta has maintained a similar list, Who's Using ColdFusion?.

This blog entry was picked up on Ray Camden's blog and drew a long series of comments worth checking out.