www.umdiewelt.de enables travellers from all around the world to write their travelogues online.
"The whole correspondence with our members - as well as the planning of most tasks - is done using more.groupware. And since we have the travel bug too, more.groupware has been used in quite a lot of internet cafes throughout the world. Be it in Paris, France or Phom Penh, Cambodia - it always worked perfectly. Thank you!"
BeCitizen is a sustainable development consulting agency based in Paris.
The company has been using more.groupware for shared calendar and remote webmail for about 2 years.
The Boulware Group, a boutique retained executive search firm based in Chicago, Illinois, USA, has been using a modified MGW as a contact management system since 2002.
"Currently we are working to have our modified system re-worked, so we can update from version 6.6 neo to 7.3. We use contacts, and projects, and developed a 'clients' module. We customized quite a few fields in contacts, which made the upgrade process more difficult, but we are getting there!"
As one of the past supporters of more.groupware, fishfarm netsolutions of course uses the application as well.
We have it set up on the net, accessible via SSL, and use it to manage our contacts, documentation snippets (with the Notes module) and website account data.
Grantham Cartwright provide a range of environmental consultancy services and accreditedtraining for a variety of clients in both private and public sectorsthroughout the United Kingdom.
"The company has been usingmore.groupware for Shared Calendar, Contacts, File Management andWebmail for about 18 months. As a multiple site company we would be lost without MGW, the system has become anintegral part of the way our company operates. Thank you and keep up this valuable work."
Bullmedia, an australian software development / network management company, uses moregroupware to manage their customer contacts. They are located in Adelaide South Australia & have been developing more.groupware for 3 years with lots of custom modules.
They have around 75.000 contacts (businesses and contacts in total) in the database, and the thing is running on an Apple xServe dual processor 1GHz PowerPC machine, and "performs like a dream".
Healthcare Agents is a U.S. based recruiting and search firm specializing in the healthcare professions.
"We utilize more.groupware for Webmail, Calendar2, Notes, Files, and Contacts. The simple interface, ease of use, and rapid-deployment on our server has been an exciting process. Thanks to everyone and anyone that has contributed to making this project a successful set of intertwined application modules."
Larry White, President
These folks manage a portal with an online shop and also develop some websites.
They use more.groupware to coordinate the efforts associated with all this. "Thank you for this marvellous system" said Gregory Brouilliard. Thank you!
OKAY Electronic Solutions have successfully been using the more.groupware web-based groupware 0.7.2 for 12 months now. They are a supplier of Tools and Equipment to the "Electronic Repair and Manufacture Sector" and are based at Emu Plains in NSW Australia. Jacques de Villecourt told us:
We have sales executives located in all states around Australia and more.groupware has been the best tool to keep us in touch with emails, file sharing, customer database, news and all other aspects of running our business, offsite.
Thanks again for a great product.
Online Office and Storage offers "various web services which include email, document storage, and a complete web-based groupware application based on open source components like PHP, MySQL and Apache. Students, Home users and Business's will all find something useful on our site."
The mentioned groupware is, of course, more.groupware.
Osca adapts open source projects like osCommerce and ezPublish to our customers needs. With a lot of new customers and employees we needed a solid an easy to use groupware. more.groupware fills in the perfect and makes our work more efficient.
PageBase.Net is a german company that provides managed hosting for various free software products, among them TYPO3 and more.groupware.
This is a good option for people that don't have the necessary skills or staff to run their own servers. Besides, the more.groupware project gets a percentage of all income generated by more.groupware hosting - an easy way to help!
We (http://www.sdev.com/) are more.groupware users since 2002. Started out using the Contacts module, Calendar and Webmail right after that, and today we use almost everything that mgw can offer us: Webmail, Calendar, Contacts, File Management, Forum, ToDo, Projects, Wiki, News and Partner Program. We have serveral customers using more.groupware also, implemented with our Linux Internet/File Servers.
Nowdays Virus are the greatest concern in any small company that uses internet and e-mails. Problems related to Virus represent around 50% of our work-load with the customers. We can't aford having unexperienced users working with Outlook Express or MS Outlook and risking the system's stability all the time. That's why we indicate more.groupware as a solution. Not only it avoids contamination through e-mail, but it also works anywhere through the Web. So if your computer goes down for maintainance you can login more.groupware in any other PC!
Superior Data Services is a small company in Texas, handleing Document Imaging, Scanning, Workflow, COLD, Networking, and Hardware for companies locally and across the US.
"I needed to find an open source solution for our groupware because we're short of capital, kind of just starting out again after a recent expansion.
We love using the more.groupware. Currently, we are utilizing the calendar and messaging for internal activities, and will soon expand into more project management and PartProg."
A calendar system like Exchange with Outlook clients was needed for an office situated at two different places. With only 15 users it would have been expensive to buy a new server and licenses to run Exchange.
In stead Moregroupware was installed. It does not need the big system resources and could happily run at the already existing Windows NT server. And it was totally free.
At the moment only the calendar part of MGW is in use.
Just email me (see address on the lower left) and I'll put up what is missing here!