|By Business Wire||
|July 15, 2014 10:01 AM EDT||
The Dojo Toolkit is a cornerstone of the internet – serving as a critical, open source foundation to so many widely-used web applications. That’s just one of the reasons why TimeTrade has joined other industry heavyweights to continuously enhance the technology platform their customers rely on every day.
TimeTrade, which is built on the Dojo Toolkit, is now a contributor to the foundation that gives tech’s rising stars an opportunity to collaborate and create today’s most exciting development projects.
“The Dojo Foundation and toolkit are advanced and widely used due to the support of developers and companies like IBM, SitePen, TimeTrade and Google who are always rethinking what’s possible and what we can do together,” said Dylan Schiemann, President of The Dojo Foundation.
The Dojo Toolkit enriches and simplifies the application development process by providing a sophisticated platform and unlimited community resources to companies around the world that are seeking new talent and ideas.
“The Dojo Foundation breaks down the walls between technology companies and allows our teams to work toward one common, ultimate goal: continuous innovation,” said Gary Ambrosino, president and CEO of TimeTrade. “That’s the true power of the open source community and the value it delivers to our customers and partners.”
TimeTrade has been working with the foundation for more than seven years – even before the toolkit’s 1.0 release – and Brian Kelly, TimeTrade’s Vice President of Engineering, continues to lead the company’s involvement with the foundation today as the team works to customize and improve the toolkit code.
Visit the Dojo Foundation’s website for more information on its mission, contributors and current open source projects.
The world’s most well respected brands in retail, banking and industries worldwide use TimeTrade to deliver on their brand promise of a truly personalized customer experience. TimeTrade’s Responsive Customer Engagement Platform allows consumers to connect with a brand, anywhere, anytime – and then gives companies deeper insight than ever before about what consumers want next. The result: higher sales and lifetime, repeat customers.
TimeTrade integrates easily with enterprise sales, marketing, service, CRM, and business process management systems to accelerate bottom-line business results and drive inbound sales, while enhancing customer experience and loyalty.
More than 100 million connections have been made between consumers and businesses using TimeTrade’s scalable Responsive Engagement Platform, directly translating into more than $2 billion in commerce every year.
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