Crust provides a flexible, self-hosted platform that enables organisation to work and communicate internally while engaging with its customers, suppliers, partners and other third parties externally
Ireland-based Crust Technology Ltd has announced the release of Crust, a “100 per cent” open source Unified Work platform.
According to the company, Crust is a self-hosted platform deployed via standard Docker packages. It says that the first release of Crust delivers –
- Crust CRM – a state-of-the-art Customer Relationship Management based on the features and functionality of Salesforce cloud service.
- Crust Enterprise Messaging -An Enterprise Messaging based on the features of and functionality of the Slack cloud service.
- Crust Unify – A responsive workspace that will allow business to extend and manage third party web applications from within Crust, much like one can do in Microsoft Office365 or Google G Suite.
The second release of Crust is slated in three months, and it will contain: Compose – A Low Code Development platform for delivering advanced, records-based web applications at a fraction of the cost and Crust Mobile – Crust for Android and iPhone devices.
Crust increases user productivity and ease of access to all IT resources
“Crust is all about delivering what businesses really need from self-hosted, open source products,” says Niall McCarthy, CEO of Crust Technology.
“Secure, comprehensive and user-centric, Crust embraces what is best about leaders in the traditional software and cloud markets and extends them with all the goodness that 100 per cent open code and open standards can provide. The ‘Crust Experience’ will always improve and our focus is firmly set on becoming most adopted software globally in each category in which we compete,” the company executive added.
As per the company, Crust increases user productivity and ease of access to all IT resources. Identity management is built by DAASI International, Europe’s leading Identity and Access Management consultancy and an investor in Crust Technology.
“We are delighted to be a partner in such an ambitious project. It is marvelous to see that our two companies share the same vision to provide organisations with an open and extensible tool for managing vital business processes,” shares Peter Gietz, CEO and Founder of DAASI International.
Enterprises and organisations interested in using Crust can check out www.crust.tech for more information and the online demo.