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RSS ( launches the world's first open source business application platform into beta. is the first web-based software platform that combines the rapid creation, deployment and publishing of business applications and the freedom and low cost of open source. The platform helps businesses to focus on their ideas instead of being locked into expensive, complex and proprietary software.

For the launch of its beta version is one of the first companies to introduce tight integration with leading on-line services including Google Apps.

For example, an user will be able to select an easy-to-use CRM application from's online directory and adjust it within minutes to the specific needs of his team. With a click on the mouse the user can then integrate this application with on-line advertising systems to better understand lead sources and measure the ROI of the marketing campaigns.

Alternatively, an IT department can use to create a customized internal support management solution which allows it to better track and solve employee's IT problems. Since this application is tightly integrated with the company's email system, the department can now easily manage interaction with employees and pending tasks.

The platform will encompass a complete set of features for building business applications such as data models and objects to manage data, a work-flow engine for managing collaboration, a user interface framework to handle forms and controls, and a web services API for data access, mash-ups, and integration with other applications and services. is currently available in beta for on-demand testing. The code is now available to selected partners in private beta and will be released within Q2 2007.

About is a software company which has developed "Liberty", the first open source business application platform, which allows anybody to create and customize web-based business applications without programming code. Users publish and promote their applications in while customers easily deploy them and benefit immediately from the power of web based applications while enjoying all the freedom of open source. For more information visit or send an email to contact @


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