Keeping this situation in mind, Accel Frontline’s Open Source Services (OSS) provides dependable and most, importantly easily extendable systems built using open source technologies, that allow customers to benefit from the tremendous savings of the open source world, without taking any of the risks associated with the same.
Accel Frontline’s OSS Team offers the following services that are part of this focused endeavor:
- Web portal services
- Product Customization
- Integration Solutions
- Custom Development in OS
- Hosting of Open Source Applications
Web Portal Services:
- Corporate Intranets, extranets and partner webs
- Content Management Systems
- eCommerce Systems
- eHRMS, eCRM systems
- Product Customization Services
- Customization of third-party open source product systems such as: Content Management Systems such as Joomla, Mambo, Typo3 etc.
- Blogging software packages such as Word Press
- ECommerce based Products such as Shopping carts, OS Commerce, Virtuemart, etc.
- Community products such as, Community Builders, etc.
- CRM / ERP / accounting packages such as Sugar CRM, TinyERP, PointOfSale, etc..
Lowest total cost of ownership (TCO):
- Modern distributed architecture for very high scalability. Zimbra has demonstrated that it can handle 100,000s of provisioned users per dual CPU server.
- Native volume and hierarchical storage management (HSM) to accommodate large quotas on commodity storage.
- Multi-tenancy for hosting large numbers of domains.
- Class of service provisioning for all major features.
- Strong internet-based security (SSL/TLS for all protocols), with support for single sign-on via the service provider's portal.
- Rich Web 2.0/Ajax user interface with search, sharing, RSS, VoIP, tagging, etc. that is ahead of the leading web portals today.
- Easy "skinning" and rebranding of the Zimbra UI to enhance the brand.
- Support for a broad range of email clients (Microsoft, Apple, Linux) and mobile devices via "over the air" sync.
- Very flexible and extensive framework through Zimbra's extensible mash-up/portlet architecture (Zimlets) for interfacing/collaborating value-added services from the enterprise and/or its affiliates.