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Name Kiahu CX
Short description A GWT application framework for Customer Experience
Full description Kiahu CX is an open-source application framework designed for customer experience management. It is written in Java utilising the Google Web Toolkit and consists of web application framework, common customer relationship management (CRM) and customer experience management (CEM) functionality. It aims to provide enterprise organisations with a platform on which to rapidly build business applications tailored for their customers and employees. Kiahu CX is distributed under the open source software GNU General Public License version 3.
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Component programs GWT Platform, Sencha GXT, SmartGWT, dispatch, Google GIN, Google Guice
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Computer languages Java
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Paid support Paid support is available for email support, training, application architectures services and development team mentoring
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Keywords customer, experience, CRM, GWT, GWTP, smartGWT, MVP, presenter, dispatch, GIN, Guice, Framework, gwt-cx, Innovation, toolkit
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