Crafter Software

Crafter Software

Crafter Software is a privately-held US-based software development firm providing services and software solutions focused on open source technologies. Its primary product, Crafter CMS, powers multi-channel Web properties, enterprise collaboration and social communities. Crafter Software was spun out of Rivet Logic Corp in the first half of 2013.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2013
Employees
15
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    Introducing Crafter CMS 2.4.0

    We’re excited to announce the release of Crafter CMS version 2.4.0! This release of Crafter delivers a number of exciting features as well as small enhancements and bug fixes that are sure to help your team create and deliver more … Continue reading →

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  • Oct 29

    Learning Crafter

    The following Guest Blog was written by Chris Paul, Software Engineer, Tribloom Inc. Earlier this month I attended a training course for Crafter CMS, the open source Web content management system. In this post, I discuss my motivations for taking the training, highlights, … Continue reading...Read more

  • Oct 25

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