Remote Data Exchange Going Green - Open Source - Save Tree

Pune, India (PressExposure) August 27, 2009 -- On the occasion of Earth Day 2009, Remote Data Exchange, an offshore Custom Application software development Company, announces "Going With Green IT Solutions" OpenSource development using PHP, Ruby on Rails, and other OpenSource technologies to help our environment as well as organizations to support their IT Vision. Remote Data Exchange has provided its Sustainable Green IT Solutions based on PHP, Ruby on Rails, & Perl, to their customer, while reducing their paper work we have saved many trees for years.

Remote Data Exchange has OpenSource (PHP, ROR, Perl) expertise to develop & implement eco-friendly OpenSource IT solutions for industries like Manufacturing, Educations, Consumer Electronics, Retail, logistics, Real Estate, Pharmaceutical, and Medical etc.

"Our goal is to provide healthy and sustainable information technology solutions using OpenSource Products and Technologies. This is a must implement IT solution for each & every industry looking for next generation solutions to set up, build, develop or offer."

Mayur Nasikkar, CEO & founder, Remote Data Exchange

Benefits of Green IT Solutions: PHP, Ruby On Rails, Perl & Other Open Source Technologies

* Save Money On Paper & Save time * Improved enterprise efficiency and effectiveness * Content Management System * Document management & collaboration Systems * Enhanced business Capabilities * Greater overall productivity resulting from greater re-use and more effective team collaboration

About Remote Data Exchange

About Us: Remote Data Exchange, A Offshore custom Software Development and custom Application Development outsourcing company, providing offshore outsourcing solutions around the globe. Remote Data Exchange has achieved competencies in OpenSource based customized web Application development, Mobile Application Development and Multimedia Solutions. Visit

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Press Release Submitted On: August 27, 2009 at 12:07 am
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