Entries by Niall McCarthy

What is an open-source Low Code Platform?

It’s a cliché to say by now, but the world has entered stormy economic waters. Spending on information technology is due to decrease for the foreseeable future. Being less expensive than traditional development and often delivering better results, the growth of Low Code Platforms is about to accelerate even further. Crust offers the premium free […]

Open Source Product Innovation and Marketing Collaboration

According to Wikipedia, “Innovation in its modern meaning is a new idea, creative thoughts, new imaginations in the form of device or method. Innovation is also often viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs or existing market needs. Such innovation takes place through the provision of more effective products, […]

In celebrating “Digital Sovereignty”, we will be judged by the quality of the software we produce, not our fine words.

Crust Technology recently had the pleasure of taking part in the Univention Summit in Bremen, Germany. The Univention Corporate Server (UCS) is a leading platform for cost-efficient operation and easy administration of server applications and entire IT infrastructures. It is both self-hosted and open source and is used by many recognisable, brand-name organisations. UCS is […]

Companies are replacing Salesforce with Crust and Corteza – with use cases scaling to hundreds of thousands of users. Here’s why:

Crust Technology strives for feature-by-feature equivalence with Salesforce. While some parts of our feature set are different (and, we believe, superiour!), the ability to migrate from even complex Salesforce implementations, and immediately realise performance, control and cost benefits, makes the Crust and Corteza platforms the more attractive choice. Modern Code and Modern Architecture The backend […]

Is Salesforce Copying the Crust’s Product Strategy?

Last week brought us the news that two of the most significant players in the CRM market, Salesforce and Microsoft had struck a deal. Salesforce Marketing Cloud will soon be hosted by Microsoft Azure. At the same time Microsoft Teams, a Slack Messaging alternative, will be integrated with Salesforce Sales CRM and Service Cloud. When […]