The Open For Business
Project (OFBiz), founded in May, 2001 by David E. Jones
Andy Zeneski, is an open source enterprise automation software project
licensed under the MIT Open Source License. The goal of the project is to
create an open source application framework, application components, and
suite of enterprise applications and to build a community of end users and
developers that work together to create easy to customize business software
based on best practices.
Andy Zeneski, Open For Business
"Since OFBiz only requires a Servlet container and a Transaction manager,
using a full blown J2EE application can be too much overhead and at times
difficult to configure. While we initially shipped with Tomcat and Tyrex, we
ended up running into many problems with Tyrex.
Thanks to the stability of JOTM, the
Open for Business project is able to
provide a high quality suite of business tools and application utilizing
100% open source components which are easy to
configure and maintain.
We were so glad to find JOTM. The JOTM team
combines a great mix of good
people with good code. We have found JOTM
to be very stable and worthy of
production use. In addition to the code,
the JOTM team has been very
responsive with questions and timely with fixes to problems posted on the
mailing list. We at OFBiz wish the best for JOTM."
Abmira provides Formature Document Management Platform
and Distributure Asset and Inventory Management Platform
either as an out of box solutions or as a toolkits for
implementation of customer specific projects.
Miro Halas, Chief Technical Officer said:
"We have sucessfully delivered several projects which
are based on JOTM and XAPool mainly thanks to great cooperation with the teams and great products."