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BW: OpenSales Unveils WAP-Enabled, Open Source E-Commerce Applications...

May 24, 2000, 21:53 (0 Talkback[s])

"OpenSales, Inc., the leading provider of open source e-commerce applications, today announced that it has released the first e-commerce software suite to fully support WAP-enabled devices such as electronic organizers and cellular telephones. Comprised of the OpenSales AllCommerce platform and the OpenSales Retailer application, the software is designed to easily customize online pricing, inventory and ordering information, while offering multiple language and currency support."

"Both OpenSales AllCommerce and OpenSales Retailer support the Linux, UNIX, and Windows NT server platforms and may be downloaded free of charge at http://www.opensales.com."

"With its offerings, OpenSales has the potential to redefine how e-commerce applications are built and distributed," said Bill Claybrook, research director at Aberdeen Group. "The open source model is compelling for e-commerce because features demanded by the marketplace can be quickly rolled into the product."

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