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Value Proposition (VP) simply stated:

Basically, we are able to offer you a guaranteed, first quality, auditable, and scalable Enterprise application with support which you can continuously adapt to your needs at a miniscule fraction of the world market price it would cost for you, in general, to do your own custom development which would with virtual certainty lack these qualities.

Under standard technological/labor conditions currently applying to software development, this is an unparalled offer so you would be right to ask what is the catch. The catch is that you have to be able to understand this VP and run with it. A task for which you may very well be intellectually and otherwise unprepared. To do so, you will need to be able to exploit the basic start we provide in setting up your Enterprise Application and thereafter use third party developers for your further significant development needs. You can of course use us for that if you can afford it and we have the resources to support you. You could also avoid altering our programming, live with the automated customization provided, and learn how to maintain and operate your application yourself (DIY).

We enforce and arbitrate the maintenance of our standards for work performed in our development framework (the Public Job Shop) in order to be able to provide the application properties mentioned in the first paragraph above. Nonetheless dealing with any third parties is essentially your affair, we just provide a means that eliminates the risk if you can hire on adequately skilled labor to do any additional customization or detailed development you may need and they can operate within our framework.

Details (Tip: skip * 'ed items on first go):

domains links to the two main public domains (nak-cso = commoditysoftware.org) and our exposed Windows servers. search contains semantic and text based search functions. wen ren(文 仁) shows our personal langage commitment, our goal is to have full locale independence, tested via partial implementation of non-U.S. English interfaces by us, fully by others on the Wikipedia model. If you bring up a dominion in a language other than U.S. English it is a candidate to be linked here as the reference dominion for that language. stuffs is just stuff.