Open Source

(or On-premise)

Open Source

Open-source refers to software whose codes are freely available for use or duplication.

It is a code designed to be publicly accessible: anyone can access, modify and distribute the code at will.

This type of development is designed in a collaborative and decentralised way by a community and relies on the trust and validation of other users.

Open source software is often cheaper and has variable longevity, i.e. there is always a community behind the programming of the code.

Within the framework of a PIM, the Open Source mode includes several constraints to be known.

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