When we ask David Fisher, the Kwivira CTO, why he chose OpenXava, he tells us:
"I am not really a Front End developer, I am mostly a backend developer. So, although I can write Java code to create an interface I felt I needed a tool to speed up the process. I found OpenXava and after looking at it felt it was the best tool for what I wanted. I had already decided to do all the work in Java. So we started with the basic version (free) and within a month I had a running prototype. After two and a half months I had the first FULL Beta version of BOSS running on an Amazon Cloud Server as a SaaS application."