Knowledge Management Becomes More Affordable

Kiev, Ukraine (PRESS RELEASE – March 3, 2009) – Web-Site-Scripts Company introduces two free licenses of KnowledgeBase Manager Pro 5.0. They are applied to official non-commercial organizations and Open Source communities. There is also available Academic License that provides discount to educational organizations.

KnowledgeBase Manager Pro is free for use by official non-profit organisations and charities. There are certain organisations whose purpose is to make the world a better place, and we believe in helping them achieve that. Community License is designed for organisations which are: non-profit, non-government, non-academic, non-commercial, non-political and secular organizations.

“We do not see the reason why we can’t provide our software for free to the communities, which obviously do not make profit from their activity”, – said Gregory Koldirkaev, CEO of Web-Site-Scripts Company. “We would be pleased, if fruits of our labor bring benefits to the community”.

Web-Site-Scripts Company supports and believes in the Open Source community, which is the target group of the Open Source License that gives a right of free of charge product usage as well.

The following organizations are eligible for a KnowledgeBase Manager Pro Academic License: educational institutions, administrative offices & boards of education, public libraries, public museums, home-school programs, research institutes, teaching hospitals, training and teaching organizations. Academic License gives the 25% discount.

KnowledgeBase Manager Pro is a professional system for knowledge management. As usual, it is used as collaboration software, wiki software, documentation software, FAQ software, help desk software, or publishing software. “It is the same wikipedia, but focused on corporate application”,- said Igor Dobritsky, CTO of Web-Site-Scripts Company.

About Web-Site-Scripts was a business unit of MitriDAT Limited, a leading provider of IT solutions and custom software development services worldwide. Starting from March 2005, has transformed into a separate business. It focuses all resources on development of rich internet applications today, putting the accent on technologies that increase applications performance and provide users with rich user interface. During the existence of company, it developed 7 product lines and sold more than 30,000 software copies.

Company has main office located in Great Britain and development office in Ukraine. For more information on, or to purchase software online, visit

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Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder, CEO and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses.

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  1. I wish their CTO — NE BODYNIT’! good job guys! really nice product and good effort to make it free for NGO!

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