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SaaS Based CRM; Kyliptix Utilizes Linux To Bring Applications To The SMB

Facilitates Integration Of A Broad Range Of Existing External Applications On A Single Platform

Kyliptix Solutions, provider of web-enabled, SaaS-based solutions, today announced the release of its KiBS CRM application. KiBS CRM is the first application offered within the Kyliptix Integrated Business Suite (KiBS) designed specifically for small- and mid-sized business.

"KiBS CRM is the first of several front and back office applications to be delivered by Kyliptix," said Paul Ulyett, President of Windsor Consulting and member of Kyliptix Board of Directors. "By building these solutions on a single architecture, Kyliptix enables SMB's to implement a low cost, full function integrated business solution which will easily scale with their business."

Built using a unique framework and delivery method that is capable of integrating with existing front- and back- office applications, KiBS ensures data integrity across departments in organizations of any size. By enabling employees in all areas of an enterprise to work with existing data rather than replicating or porting data to other locations, KiBS eliminates compatibility issues and errors stemming from improper synchronizations. This saves businesses time and money.

Employing a core technology that is built on the company's secure next generation server environment using Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP ("LAMP"), and the Ajax methodology, Kyliptix Integrated Business Solution (KiBS) facilitates integration of a broad range of existing external applications on a single platform.

"We're focused on helping customers increase their bottom line by optimizing vital business processes," said William Gast founder, president and chief executive officer. "By leveraging leading-edge technologies, we are able to provide a solution that integrates key areas within a business."

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Kyliptix Solutions, provider of web-enabled, SaaS-based solutions, announced the release of its KiBS CRM application. KiBS CRM is the first application offered within the Kyliptix Integrated Business Suite (KiBS) designed specifically for small- and mid-sized business.

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