erxes - erxes is an open source growth marketing platform

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erxes is an open source growth marketing platform. Marketing, sales, and customer service platform designed to help your business attract more engaged customers. Replace Hubspot and Intercom with the mission and community-driven ecosystem. erxes is an open source growth marketing platform. Marketing, sales, and customer service platform designed to help your business attract more engaged customers. Replace Hubspot and Intercom with the mission and community-driven ecosystem. One of the ways we make customer engagement a lot easier is with unlimited customer service integrations such as social media platforms, messenger, email, SMS for multiple brands. This way, it’s a lot easier to respond quickly to any channels and solve problems on the go.

https://erxes.io
https://github.com/erxes/erxes

Dependencies:

@nivo/line : ^0.33.0
@nivo/pie : ^0.33.0
add-graphql-subscriptions : ^1.0.1
apollo-cache-inmemory : ^1.1.5
apollo-client : ^2.3.5
apollo-link : ^1.0.7
apollo-link-context : ^1.0.3
apollo-link-error : ^1.0.9
apollo-link-http : ^1.5.4
apollo-link-ws : ^1.0.8
apollo-utilities : ^1.0.5
autolinker : ^1.6.2
bat-d3-punchcard : ^1.0.2
bat-draft-js-mention-plugin : ^2.0.1
classnames : ^2.2.5
color : ^3.0.0
crypto : ^1.0.1
draft-js : ^0.10.4
draft-js-export-html : ^1.2.0
draft-js-plugins-editor : ^2.0.3
erxes-icon : ^1.0.3
fuzzysearch-highlight : ^1.0.3
graphql : ^0.12.3
graphql-tag : ^2.6.1
i18n-react : ^0.6.4
moment : ^2.22.1
query-string : ^5.0.0
react : ^16.3.2
react-apollo : ^2.1.6
react-beautiful-dnd : ^7.1.2
react-bootstrap : ^0.31.3
react-copy-to-clipboard : ^5.0.1
react-datetime : ^2.11.1
react-dom : ^16.3.2
react-markdown : ^3.3.0
react-router : ^4.2.0
react-router-dom : ^4.2.2
react-select-plus : ^1.0.0-rc.5
react-toggle : ^4.0.2
scriptjs : ^2.5.8
strip : ^3.0.0
styled-components : ^3.2.6
subscriptions-transport-ws : 0.8.3
ua-parser-js : ^0.7.17

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