KeyedIn Solutions, which makes software for project-based businesses, has relaunched its codeless development platform. Formerly known as the KeyedIn Flex Platform, it has been renamed Konfigure, and redefined as the first "Configurable SaaS". According the official statement, "Rather than building applications from scratch, users simply configure their application using drag-and-drop technology based on business logic." KeyedIn claims that applications can be built in less than 10 percent of the time that it can take to develop them from scratch.
Aplos Software, which makes cloud-based nonprofit software, has raised $2 million in financing from private investors. The Fresno, Calif.-based company said the proceeds will be used to expand the company's suite and accelerate development of features for its nonprofit accounting and donor management software. Funds will also be used to release an API to integrate with other web-based packages used by churches and nonprofits.
Infor has collaborated with Red Hat and EnterpriseDB to make Infor LN ERP available on "a total open technology stack." Red Hat makes open source solutions and EnterpriseDB markets the PostgreSQL database. Infor CEO Charles Phillips said in a prepared statement the deal means "we can now offer our customers the choice to standardize on best-of-breed open solutions without compromising performance or functionality."
Exact is telling its customer and channel about the planned Macola 10 and about a new sales account coverage model during its Evolution conference this week. Exact is doing a lot new with Macola, including the show, which replaces its previous Engage and Nexus conferences. What it has not done during the two days of Evolution is issue news, except for one press release describing the conference. The conference agenda shows that general manager Alison Forsythe discussed the new sales account coverage in her keynote as well as the direction of Exact Macola.