Wolf Frameworks

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Wolf Frameworks
TypePrivately held company
IndustryCloud computing, platform as a service
HeadquartersBangalore, Karnataka, India
ProductsSaaS Business Applications

Wolf Frameworks is a web application designing and development platform as a service based in India and United States and represented via partners worldwide.[1]

Founded in 2006, the cloud computing Infrastructure[2] offered by the company enables users to design & deliver cross platform SaaS applications without writing technical code.[3][4][5]


WOLF is 100% AJAX, XML and .NET based and enables building of mashable and interoperable web applications by using a browser, an internet connection and the knowledge of modelling business.[6]


  • A technical code free designing environment for creating & delivering SaaS type business applications on the Internet[6]
  • Built using a late bound SOA architecture which uses XML framework
  • Prevents cloud lock-in by allowing users to save their application data in their own preferred database server
  • Provides the ability to view & extract the Business Design (Intellectual Property) of your software application in XML.
  • Import, Export or filter data from Word, Excel, Project Management or CSV files
  • Accessed over a 128-bit secured SSL connection and hosted in a highly secured data center[7]


  • Multi-tenant SOA
  • Requires no coding & less technical skills [8]
  • Built-in actions to integrate with external software systems
  • Standards oriented web service technology[9]
  • Save data in a private database server & extract Application Design in XML[10]
  • Requires no up-front capital expenses and minimizes operational cost


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  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on March 2, 2009. Retrieved June 4, 2009.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)