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WebGUI is a commercially supported, open source content management system and application framework that is designed for enterprise environments. WebGUI is used by organizations such as: US Department of State, 300+ US Embassies worldwide, Volvo, Haier EuropeKemin Corporation, California State University, Americans for Fairness in Lending, SGE Analytical ScienceCameron University, Mitsubishi Fuso, Environment America, University of IllinoisPromise Keepers, IEEE, , University of Minnesota Law School, The School District of Philadelphia, Donor.com, Saint Vincent College, The Lacuna ExpanseGreen Corps, Auburn University, and USPIRG.

Open Source Benefits

WebGUI provides several benefits to organizations who are looking for a cost effective and robust content management solution. The first benefit is that WebGUI is free and available under the GPL v2 license. This allows the organization to download WebGUI, evaluate it, and customize it without paying any licensing fees. Next, because WebGUI is open source, IT and security personnel are able to fully evaluate the solution and verify that it is both secure and that it contains all of the required features and functionality. Finally, the money that would normally be spent on licensing fees can be used for things like commercial support packages or hiring Plain Black to customize WebGUI for you.

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