Excerpt from the eXo: evaluation:

"If you seek advanced features such as role based personalization or business intelligence, it’s best to look elsewhere. However, if what you need is included with eXo Platform, you can look forward to a broad implementation of the latest Java standards with this platform. ..."

(P. 229 in the Portals and Content Integration Report. )

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