Dear Ed,

I have completed the survey, I look forward to the final takeaways from it.

My company is one entity excited about the promise of FInreact CN but find
the following to be barriers to implementation:

- Lack of proper documentation and best practices  around settling up a
production env, contributing and extending
- Lack of comparison of how current Finreact CN feature sets stack against
MifosX. This not only ensures that we understand how the change impacts
existing deployments but also allows us to help port untranslated features
- A showcase and lessons learnt from active deployments of Finreact CN.

I already suggested in another email sent to you that my company is
prepared to contribute a good amount of development resources to Finreact
CN and we see the possibilities beyond just loan and deposit management but
as a platform that can be leveraged by any DFS service that needs to
maintain customer balances regardless of what the done with that balance.


On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 7:34 PM Ed Cable <> wrote:

> Hello all,
> With the Apache Fineract CN repositories now up on the Apache Github at
> and the JIRA issue
> tracking infrastructure in place at
>, I want to begin
> guiding the community in conversing around a common roadmap and vision for
> what it would like to see in Apache Fineract CN.
> One first step before I start putting some documentation on the wiki on my
> perspective on behalf of the Mifos Initiative is a quick survey to get
> feedback on what others would like see in Apache Fineract CN and what they
> would be able to achieve with the new architecture.
> The survey can be completed at
> You can view the summary results of it once you've submitted your response.
> This will help give visibility in the following ways:
> 1) To potential users or adopters on when and for what use cases they could
> use Apache Fineract CN
> 2) To existing partners, users, and solution providers on when they might
> be able to migrate from Apache Fineract to Apache Fineract CN (i.e. parity
> between Fineract 1.x vs Fineract CN)
> 3) Priorities for the community in terms of how the scope of Fineract CN
> can be broadened to better support digital financial services, financial
> services inclusive of and beyond financial inclusion, and processes and
> support beyond loan portfolio management such as loan origination, mobile
> wallet management, etc.
> 4) Help partners identify how they can contribute both in terms of new
> microservices or new applications or new features.
> 5) Helping volunteers and interns identify which projects or tasks they
> could contribute to.
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> Thanks,
> Ed

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