Open Source product gets a facelift

 

allocPSA - an open source professional service automation product – gets an upgrade.

The product’s second major release will come under the popular GNU
General Public License.

This will allow organisations to download and deploy a proven, production-grade online services management solution free of charge.

Con Zymaris, CEO of Cybersource said allocPSA is a suite of integrated applications designed for services-based organisations.

"allocPSA enables services organisations to imporve staff efficiency through increased utilisation of productive time, better planning and integrated knowledge management," said Zymaris.

allocPSA integrates practice groups and functions in a professional
services company, into a single computer system.

Zymaris said it consists of a set of integrated software modules including; project management, time and expenses, integration with existing invoicing, book-keeping and payroll systems, issue tracking, while-you-were-out messages, company-wide announcements, reminders, knowledge management, collaboration, services supply chain, human resources and staff skilling and management of cost-centres.

"With this new release, we're hoping to make it even more popular by making it much easier to install and use, helping to bring a powerful solution to every services business," he said.

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