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tmsEKP is a suite of content management, enterprise portal, organisational collaboration, document management, e-Learning, content syndication, human resource, project management and helpdesk software developed by The Media Shoppe.
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tmsEKP was released in early 2003. It was developed on tmsFRAMEWORK, an application development framework (built on Java) developed by The Media Shoppe funded under the MSC Malaysia Research and Development Grant Scheme (MGS).
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MSC Malaysia, formerly the Multimedia Super Corridor and known as the MSC in Malaysia, is a Special Economic Zone and high-technology business district in central-southern Selangor, Malaysia.
In 2004, tmsEKP won the International APICTA Award for Best of General Applications category held on December 10 in Hong Kong.
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Zope is a family of free and open-source web application servers written in Python, and their associated online community. Zope stands for "Z Object Publishing Environment", and was the first system using the now common object publishing methodology for the Web. Zope has been called a Python killer app, an application that helped put Python in the spotlight.
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Alfresco is a collection of information management software products for Microsoft Windows and Unix-like operating systems developed by Alfresco Software Inc. using Java technology. Their primary software offering, branded as a Digital Business Platform is proprietary & a commercially licensed open source platform, supports open standards, and provides enterprise scale.
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