Hi, thanks for message. You can sign your comments automatically using four tildes ~~~~. Please add your messages to the bottom of the talk page, or they may be overlooked. I assume you referred to Amcat. I deleted your article because
- it did not provide independent verifiable sources to enable us to verify the facts and show that it meets the notability guidelines. Although you gave references, I couldn't see any indication of why this is more than just another bit of software. No sales figures, no verifiable list of important users such as major companies or government departments.
- it was written in a promotional tone. Articles must be neutral and encyclopaedic. Examples of unsourced claims presented as fact include: which assess the aptitude and domain knowledge... very high statistical technology... to improve the employability in India
- it's written just as a sales pitch, nothing about how the sotware works, who wrote it etc, just what it's claimed to do.
- You have an obvious conflict of interest when it comes to editing articles about this subject. Thank you for declaring your interest. If, after reading the information about notability linked above, you still believe that your organisation is notable enough for a Wikipedia article (and that there is significant coverage in reliable, independent secondary sources), you could, if you wish, post a request at Wikipedia:Requested articles for the article to be created. See also Wikipedia:Best practices for editors with conflicts of interest.
- I've made some mostly minor changes. Note that blogs are not reliable references and may be challenged. I've unprotected the title so you can move the article back there. This is no guarantee that it will survive, but at least it has more chance now Jimfbleak - talk to me? 14:53, 29 October 2013 (UTC)
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