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This is Dialogic IVR, CRM, Call Center, Fax Server, Email Server etc.
xApps,an enterprise universal platform(BPM),facilitates non IT user to build IT solution flexibly by form desinger,workflow designer & report builder etc.(We moved this prject to a new place.
File transfer using shared Folders in a local network with automatic synchronization. Also P2P-Folders will be implemented in the 2nd stage. Take advantage of Mesh-Network technologies for LAN operation.
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A java decision supporting application for the urban planning domain. It is designed as a desktop frontend to a Mixed Integer Programming engine. Actually it uses the GNU Linear Programming Kit (GLPK).
WuvenIME is a Shanghainese/Wu script input method editor running on Windows 2000/XP. It provides end users a friendly interface to convert romanized Shanghainese/Wu words into East Asian characters, such as Hanzi, Hangul, Hiragana and Katakana.