KnowledgeTree takes off with Nasa

Computing

KnowledgeTree, the Cape Town based open source document management system has taken off with a number of major customers. KnowledgeTree has also been listed on the Optaros Enterprise Open Source Directory, a listing of leading enterprise-ready open source applications.

KnowledgeTree last week announced that Decathlon Stores, GlaxoSmithKline, the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and DHL Global Mail have joined a growing list of companies that have chosen to implement KnowledgeTree to manage their documents.

KnowledgeTree commercialised just over a year ago and has since seen significant community growth, with 25 000 registered community members, 380 000 open source software downloads and 66 community-run projects. Descibing its vision as making document management simple, its web-based and AJAX-enabled application is built on the open source LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP) stack.

(Source: Tectonic)