Liferay Launches Operations in Japan

November 14, 2012

Liferay, a provider of an enterprise class open source portal platform, is expanding its operations into Japan. Liferay is enjoying the momentum being built by open source solutions in general, as organizations see the benefits of open source for the enterprise without a hefty price tag. PRWeb covers the full press release in the article, “Liferay Launches Japan Operations.”

The author gets the input of the Liferay CEO:

“‘Organizations around the world are embracing the innovation, business agility, and lower cost of ownership benefits of open source,’ said Liferay CEO Bryan Cheung, who will be giving the keynote at the launch event. ‘We’re excited to make new connections and explore how Liferay can help solve the quickly evolving business challenges of enterprise users in the Asia Pacific region.’”

Open source does boost innovation and agility all while lowering costs. However, many open source solutions are not viable options for smaller organizations because of the high developer needs for customization and implementation. LucidWorks is one open source solution provider for the enterprise that ensures that solutions are ready to go out-of-the-box. LucidWorks Search is commercial grade and fully backed by the industry-trusted support of the LucidWorks team. Open source will continue to make headlines for its innovative advancements; however, when it comes to a practical open source solution, LucidWorks cannot be beat.

Emily Rae Aldridge, November 14, 2012

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