A free source code management tool which is part of the FLOSS or Free, Liberal, and Open Source project, providing developers with the capability to obtain best views of their project, fork and review source code easily, contribute online, and access version control visualizations.
Alfresco is an open platform that helps businesses control content, optimize processes, and make collaboration an easy task.
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Kallithea supports integration with other version control systems like Git and Mercurial as well as with issue tracking systems.
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Kallithea is distributed under GPL or General Public License version 3, a free and liberal software license which allows you to run, study, share, and enhance Kallithea without worrying about any enterprise pricing fees. You can also make a donation to help FLOSS developers enhance the Kallithea project. European universities, likewise, are encouraged to participate in the Semester of Code pilot programme and use the software for educational purposes.
Alfresco provides a custom quote based on your specific system requirements. The Alfresco Digital Business Platform includes the modules Alfresco Governance Service, Alfresco Process Service, and Alfresco Content Services. Each of the modules may also be purchased individually. For pricing information, it’s required to contact Alfresco’s sales team through their website.
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|Types of Clients|
Types of Clients
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Large Enterprises|
|Mads Kiilerich, Thomas De Schampheleire, Andrew Shadura||Teach For All, EuroStar, Macquarie University|
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Almost as important as useful features and user support quality are pricing options given by Alfresco and Kallithea. Although price should not be a deciding factor it’s definitely an important thing to think about. You should count on a flexible pricing plan that can be matched with your team size and easily scaled up if your business develops. You should be certain you don’t pick plans that include extra tools that you won’t find a use for and always try to get in touch with the vendor directly because big companies can usually count on more affordable prices. You should also try out a free trial or demo of each service to spend at least some time working with it. It’s a helpful experience that doesn’t need you to pay any money and offers a solid overview of what it’s like to work with Alfresco and Kallithea.