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What live sites are based on ConcourseConnect?

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What live sites are based on ConcourseConnect?

3/23/2012 6:02 AM EDT

What live sites are based on ConcourseConnect?

1. 3/23/2012 11:51 AM EDT

Hi Kerler,

I was an early adopter and set up a site as a directory for local businesses



2. 3/23/2012 12:28 PM EDT

Check out



There are many more, but there is no consilidated list. Many of them are private sites - intranets if you will.

3. 3/24/2012 6:00 AM EDT

Thanks Fred and Tom.

I want to build a social ecommerce website for a vertical market, based on Java open source frameworks/apps. So far sounds that integrating "ConcourseConnect" and "Broadleaf eCommerce(" is a way. lists many SNS software. After comprison on function provided, it seems that in Java open source software, ConcourseConnect is the best one. ConcourseConnect just lack of some eCommerce function, as showed in

How long have you used ConcourseConnect and how do you evaluate it, from function, stability, scalability, modifibility, and any other aspects?

Any comments are welcom. Thank you very much!

4. 3/24/2012 10:19 AM EDT
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By Matt Rajkowski

Concursive Corporation
Product Design


Hi Kerler – this is a very nice comparison, thanks for the link. Some things though are missing on the list like ConcourseConnect does have Avatars. I'm curious about Broadleaf.

While eCommerce is not ConcourseConnect's bread and butter, it is an evolving capability.

There's a wine club site that uses and has an integrated Cart at

It's also used at

With that said, the admin interface to the product catalog and all of the configuration is through a SQL interface. There are some customers now that are helping us outfit the application with User Subscription management and Admin Catalog capabilities.

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