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Zach Elko, a participant in Google’s Summer of Code has been working on creating an installer for the open source project OpenMRS. OpenMRS began in 2004 in response to the AIDS pandemic and the lack of access to efficiently manage medical information in developing countries. It provides users the ability to design customized medical records systems with no programming knowledge. OpenMRS is often deployed in environments with limited technical expertise. The installer Zach developed using InstallBuilder helps end-users quickly and easy get the system up and running. For more information about OpenMRS and a little bit about our involvement check out this Google video by the founders of the project.

We’re very happy to have been able to help in this project and look forward to hearing more about their success. If you are an open source developer looking for an installer to help ease adoption of your project, please contact us.