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Leading Local Search Engine (Just) Dials Open Source for a Growth Call!

Open source technology enabled Just Dial, India’s leading local search engine, to grow at a much faster rate and achieve a lot more than it planned for. Every business that signs on to…

Bharati Vidyapeeth Opens its Gates to Open Source

Bharati Vidyapeeth Opens its Gates to Open Source

Pune-headquartered Bharati Vidyapeeth has its institutions spread across India. In 2009, it adopted open source technology when it implemented the TechnoMail enterprise mailing solution to fulfil its communication needs. With around 180 educational…

An Auto Company Zips Along the Fast Lane with FOSS

Carnation Auto, a multi-brand auto sales and service company, has grown phenomenally after opting for an open source enterprise platform.

Sound Sleep With Open Source

Sheela Foam, a Ghaziabad-based home and industrial foam products manufacturer, placed its bets on open source and has never looked back, since. Sheela Foam, a leading manufacturer of slab stock polyurethane foam, has…

And You’re Saying There’s No Money in the FOSS Business?

Strange… because we’ve captured the story of DeepRoot Linux, which speaks otherwise.

Open Source for Career Management

Most human resource consulting firms face challenges in presenting the right candidates for right Jobs. Monster.com’s advert, “Caught in a wrong job”, clearly outlines those challenges. Here is a case study that outlines how Open Source assists professionals in getting that coveted job.

A Makeover in Dubai

Operating out of the enterprise-savvy desert city of Dubai, Al Waleed is a trading company whose core business processes are supported by IT. The outfit’s technology agenda is driven by two principal requirements–handling…

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