Free software will put you on Cloud 9

BANGALORE: Here is some good news for people looking for cloud computing solutions and this is available in all outlets especially for small and medium enterprises including schools, colleges,

Published: 18th April 2012 12:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:35 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Here is some good news for people looking for cloud computing solutions and this is available in all outlets especially for small and medium enterprises including schools, colleges, hospitals and various other service sectors. The solution is absolutely free and is easily accessible. Cauvery Cloud was launched in the city

recently.

This software technology company, with more than 15 years experience in software development, at a recent press conference, represented by  A Krishi, deputy general manager and Chandrashekar S B, product manager announced five new free software that they have come up with.

These five business apps offered are based on Cloud Computing and is targeted at the small and medium-sized enterprises.

The five business apps offered are KwikBizLite — Micro ERP software for factory, trade and service, KwikPayLite — Payroll software for schools/colleges, hospitals, MyClinic — Clinic Management Software suitable for Doctors, clinics and polyclinics, GoodHealth — Hospital Management Software for nursing homes, maternity homes and StayCool — Hotel Management Software suitable for SMB hotels, restaurants, guest houses and service apartments.

Cauvery Cloud is based on ultra-modern technology called ‘SpApp’.

With the use of  internet connection, these free software can be accessed by any company that cannot afford the other highly priced software systems. It is designed to be accessed and used anywhere and at anytime.

With high data security, these are solely for serious business applications and hence suitable for office desk work, but some of the information can also be accessed through smart phones and tablets.

It was clearly stated that this was for the benefit of the society alone and wasn’t lucrative and their only sources of revenue are the advertisements on the website. Although, there is an option for customers to attain support from Sysnet on a payment basis.

When asked why they initiated such software with absolutely no profit motive, A Krishi said, “Our company has been functioning for over 10 years and this is the first time in India. Look at Facebook! It is now a billion dollar company.”

They currently have no sponsors. Based on the response, the company will come up with more such software for schools, colleges and pharmacies.

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