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Collaboration

The most advanced websites run Collaboration applications.

This is phrase which covers a wide range of systems. It might mean giving works at different office access to web-based email, shared calendars, to-to lists and appointment bookings. It can so mean extending these facilities to Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems. It is also possible to build knowledge base systems, enabling oeple to have information, drawing and documents in ad ad-hoc way or through controlled work flows.

Companies can also gain the advantages of using managed systems for applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) with full payroll inventory and accounting systems all through robust, flexible, open source software.

Some businesses might baulk at entrusting critical company data to an open source system, but Apache is open source and runs over 50% of the world's web servers. The packages EveriWare uses are all recognized as excellent, with long histories, large pools of developers and reputations for robustness and reliability. They cover business areas such as:

  • Groupware: shared calendars, to-do lists, email, notes, etc.
  • Project management workspaces
  • Document management systems.
  • Discussion Forum, Knowledge Base and FAQ systems.
  • Software development, change control and archives.
  • Time sheet and expenses recording.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.

It is possible for us to install capable products with absolutely no capital outlay from the client as even the end-user equipment can be leased. The cost is £1000 upwards (we can't be more specific, the is a huge range of products, which scale to enormous systems) resulting in large, dynamic Intranet or Internet systemss.

Examples of this type of site are difficult for us to show, as most have restricted access, due to the sensitive mature of the company information they contain. Demonstrations can be found at our sister site Try This Out and our own collaboration suite at Access Office, but you will have to contact us for a trial account to be able to use them.