OpenKM makes available to the Open Source community a GNU General Public License version 2 licensing model.
OpenKM offers our community version free and ideal for small businesses with small repositories and few users. It includes basic features such as workflows, OCR, and version control: it can also be integrated with any TWAIN scanner and accessed via mobile devices.
It can be installed on multiple operating systems, and you can use the most popular databases. To learn more about the differences between our versions, we recommend that you explore this page.
The community version of OpenKM can be downloaded directly from the OpenKM website.
The OpenKM's source code is available to the entire community, which is free to use, modify and redistribute under the premises of that license.
Here are some links of interest that will allow you to learn more about the OpenKM Community.
Enthusiastic developers and technicians support the Community Version of OpenKM through the user Community Forum.
The Community version of OpenKM is an application not directly supported by the OpenKM developer team. And only consultations can be made in the community forum, which will be answered by other community members who have already found answers to situations that can be very easy to correct.
Remember that after testing our community version, if you want to migrate to one of the paid versions, the repositories' migration is usually straightforward. We can even assist in the process depending on the repository's complexity, and size can be at no cost to the user.