Open Source Software Development is the process by which software whose source code is publicly available is used to provide a software solution. These are software products available with its source code and under an open source license to study, change, and improve its design. Examples of popular open source software products are Mozilla Firefox, Google Chromium, Android, and OpenOffice.org Suite. In the past, the open source software development method was much unstructured, because no clear development tools, phases, etc., had been defined. Instead, every project had its own phases. However, in the recent past there has been much better progress, coordination, and communication within the open source community.
In the recent years, e-Business has excelled by leaps and bound. One major reason behind this change is the evolution of Open Source Software. The open source applications are a better way to choose from when you are going to start an e-business and increase your e-presence, and when you are a bit worried about your product’s cost efficiency. OSS offers certain advantages like Lower development costs, less development time, reusability of code, and more independence.
However, Open Source Software is not always best. Over recent years, Concerns have been raising over quality of the software application. This is where Crest Infosystems provide significant benefits over other service providers. Our OSS team helps our clients in every aspect starting from Templates Designing, Skins Creation, Design Integration, Installation, doing custom modification as per client needs, QA, Deployment and life time technical support.
With so many innovations coming, OSS surely has a great future. This hope makes us swim in the deep waters of Open Source Customization in the areas including:
- E-Commerce (Magento, Big Commerce, Interspire, x-Cart, OsCommerce, Zencart and many more)
- Payment Gateways (Paypal, Google Checkout, Authorize.net and many more)
- CRM (vTiger, Suite CRM and many more)
- Content Management Systems (WordPress, Drupal, Zoomla and many more)
- API Integration (Amazon Webservices, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Quickbooks, UPS, USPS, FedEx and many more)