This Project has been DISCONTINUED
Due to lacking resources the active maintenance and development of PICOK has been discontinued. We apologize for any inconveniences.
The PICOK Team.
Welcome on Board!
Picok stands for Personal Information Cockpit. It's an open source software package, aimed at enableing users to build their personal information dashboards. The users content is loaded into small draggable boxes, so called portlets, and layed out in a tabbed column-based interface. There are a quite few standard portlets shipped with Picok, but since it is an open system, maintainers of picok installations can easily create portlets of their own.
Picok is written in PHP 5, uses the Yahoo User Interface Library and Zend Framework Components and supports MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM Lotus Notes and is ready to be integrated into your corporate intranet, website or community platform as well.
Where can I download Picok?
Just grab the Zip or access our SVN. Get Picok NOW!
Is there a Live-Demo?
25.03.2013 - The Demo and the Signup are also discontinued.
Sure! Register on the demo site and can start trying it out right away. A registration is necessary since Picok is a user based system where every user can arrange his/her own information - hence Personal Information Cockpit!
You already have a demo account? Go to the demo installation.
Who's behind Picok
Picok is currently developed and maintained by Liip AG, an Agile Web Development consultancy based in Switzerland (Zürich/Fribourg/Bern).
It's User Experience concept was designed by Zürich based Stimmt AG.
Picok was originally developpled for the project "Meine Seite 2.0" by Raiffeisen Switzerland, one of the most reputable Swiss banks. Together with the initial project sponsor all functional elements of the original Raiffeisen intranet component were released as open source. Subsequently a number of well-known Swiss organizations both private and public took interest in Picok and are currently exploring its potential.
And we're proud to add: the original Raiffeisen project won the "Best of Swiss Web 2009" silver award for both the categories "Technology Innovation" and "Technology Quality".