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The widespread usage of Internet increases the need of Web-based software applications for diffusing, searching and exchanging information useful to support a large variety of activities, such as business exchange, collaborative work, training, etc. The use of Internet allows the enterprise to experiment new and more efficient organization models through innovative elements that simplify the communication among their different sites. This situation motivates the increasing need of Web-based applications and calls for a quick development of new tools making easier the interaction with and/or between the enterprises' information systems. This paper briefly introduces an approach for a quick development of Web-based Information Systems by using a toolkit, named MVCGen, Model/View/Controller Generator. The name exhibits that the software systems produced are based on the Model-View-Controller design pattern. The paper presents a set of experiences regarding the automatic generation of Web-based software systems.