Pune, India (PressExposure) March 02, 2009 -- With the world economy in recession many businesses are already expecting rough seas ahead. IT budgets will shrink along with all other budgets, and maybe even more than other budgets. After all, companies still need to advertise and pay their workforce, but they may be able to do without new servers or high spend on software for a while. And that is where open source software can help keep the ship sailing.
The open source has come a long way and proved its mettle for enterprise suitability. With its lower cost of ownership and freedom from vendor lock-in feature has made it strong contender for next-gen enterprise deployments.
Keeping this in mind, e-Zest will demonstrate its open source capabilities at CeBIT 2009 Hannover Germany, the world's largest IT expo. e-Zest will be represented by its leadership at CeBIT.
e-Zest has a strong working experience in open source area. With series of open source application implementation and customization for its clients e-Zest has gained in-depth and extensive knowledge of open source products. e-Zest has worked on open source applications from CRM (SugarCRM), ERP (OpenBravo Compiere), CMS (Drupal,Joomla, LifeRay), KMS and social networking domain (OpenSocial, Facebook etc).
Mr. Devendra Deshmukh (Executive director), Mr. Amol Pande (Executive director) and Mr. Umesh Kulkarni (Sr. business development manager) would be present during CeBIT for open source competency demonstration and discussion. e-Zest team members at CeBIT will help you but handle pressure to reduce operating costs and guide to put together a plan for you to help use open source to reduce IT costs.
Visitors can find e-Zest Solutions at Hall 04 and booth no F-68/2-13 during March 3rd to 8th, 2009 at CeBIT 2009, Hannover, Germany.