Product marks a range of new features including the new WebMAT™, Web Modular Application Toolkit for custom development.
Wellington, NZ (PRWEB) July 21, 2004 -- BrowserCRM, Ltd. today announced the
release of BrowserCRM Professional version 3.0 for Linux and Windows. This
product marks a range of new features including the new WebMAT™, Web Modular
Application Toolkit for rapid custom development.
Grant Wattie, VP of Sales and Marketing for BrowserCRM said, "We have been selling a source code version of BrowserCRM Server for some time and have developed WebMAT™ to enable developers to quickly build custom modules in BrowserCRM."
The new Web Modular Application Toolkit is a set of objects together with example implementations with data dictionaries and module templates that allow you to rapidly build custom functionality that is integrated with the core CRM. The WebMAT™ objects provide the necessary integration to the core system including search, log, events, alerts, admin, reports, company & user preferences, the language engine, and form data validation. Sample module templates with data dictionaries can be adapted to your requirements in minutes or used as the basis for large scale customization.
BrowserCRM Ltd with their BrowserCRM Software brand are pleased to support existing Resellers and Distributers and new developers who want to rapidly build custom functionality for their clients. Check it out at http://www.browsercrm.com/faq_customization.php
About BrowserCRM, Ltd.
BrowserCRM Limited is a privately held company based in Wellington, New Zealand, dedicated to offering value in the CRM space. By building on the open source platform of Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP and focusing on generic solutions the company is able to position the BrowserCRM product at a price-point which is attractive to small and medium businesses.
The company is increasingly making use of the new WebMAT™, Web Modular Application Toolkit to produce custom and branded solutions for clients and partners.
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