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Free ERP(Enterprise Resource Planing)


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Adempiere



Apache OFBiz

Compiere

ERP5

GNU Enterprise

JFire

OpenBlueLab

Openbravo

Opentaps

Postbooks

Tiny ERP

WebERP










http://en.wik
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Free_software


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ADempiere

http://www.adempiere.com/


The ADempiere project was create
d in September 2006 after a long
running disagreement between ComPiere Inc., the developers of
Compiere™, and the community that formed around that project. The
community believed Compiere Inc. placed too much emphasis on the
open source lock
-
in/commercial

nature of the project, rather than the
community sharing/enriching nature of the project, and after an
impassioned discussion decided to split from Compiere™ giving birth
to the ADempiere project.



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Apache OFBiz

http://ofbiz.apache.org/


Open For Business (OFBiz) is a suite of enterprise applications built
on a common architecture using common data, logic and process
components. The loosely coupled nature of the

applications makes
these components easy to understand, extend and customize.


The tools and architecture of OFBiz make it easy to efficiently
develop and maintain enterprise applications. This makes it possible
for us as the creators and maintainers of t
he project to quickly release
new functionality and maintain existing functionality without
extensive effort. It also makes it easy to customize and extend
existing functionality when you have a specific need.


The architecture alone makes it easier for yo
u to customize the
applications to your needs, but many of the best flexibility points in
the system would be meaningless and even impossible if the system
was not distributed as open source software. OFBiz is licensed under
the Apache License Version 2.0
which grants you the right to
customize, extend, modify, repackage, resell, and many other
potential uses of the system.


No restrictions are placed on these activities because we feel that they
are necessary for effective use of this type of software. Unl
ike other
open source licenses, such as the GPL, your changes do not have to
be released as open source. There are obvious benefits to contributing
certain improvements, fixes and additions back to the core project,
but some changes will involve proprietar
y or confidential information
that must not be released to the public. For this reason OFBiz uses the
Apache License Version 2.0 which does not require this. For more
information on open source licenses see the Open Source Initiative
(OSI) web site at
www.opensource.org
.


Another benefit of this open source model is that we receive constant
feedback from those who are using the software. We have received
countless bug fixes, improvement suggestions, and
best
-
practice
business advice from users and potential users of OFBiz. Many of the
greatest features in the project were inspired by some comment or
suggestion sent to the mailing lists associated with the project. With
dozens of organizations using the so
ftware and probably hundreds of
deployed sites using one piece or another of the project we generally
get 20
-
30 emails each day about the project.


To make sure our functionality is timely and useful we always start
by researching public standards and comm
on usage for any
component we are working on. This helps us support and use
common vocabularies and gives us an instant breadth of options and
features that can only be achieved through standards processes and
other group efforts. It also opens doors in th
e future for flexible
communication with other systems that are built around the same
standards, both inside your organization and in partner or other
organizations.


The applications and application components that come with the
system provide you with a
broad and flexible basis that can be used
as
-
is with the best
-
practices based designs, or customized to your own
special needs. The applications facilitate management of everything
from parties and products to accounting, customer service and
internal reso
urce and asset management. Which brings us to the next
topic...


Major Application Components


Through collaboration in a large community and an ongoing
development effort OFBiz hopes to include features that automate
every aspect of enterprise information

and knowledge. Early in the
development and design of the project we were searching for a good
initial data model to use as a foundation for the system.


We researched other ERP and CRM systems and looked at various
general and system specific books befor
e finding The Data Model
Resource Book, Revised Edition, Volumes 1 and 2 by Len Silverston.
After a few weeks of translating the logical data models described in
these books into flexible and normalized physical data models we had
our initial system organi
zation. Since that time the initial data model
has gone through hundreds of revisions and refinements based on
real
-
life use of the system and compatibility with dozens of existing
public standards. Because of the flexible system architecture it is easy
to

make changes to the data model. This is necessary for the ongoing
improvement of the project and makes it easy for you to make
changes that suit your specific needs.


The top level applications and application logic components are
organized in almost the
same structure as the data model. Once the
organization of one level of the system is understood moving to other
levels in the system takes very little effort.


The following is a brief overview of the major functional areas of the
system. Many of these ha
ve functionality that exists now and all have
data elements defined that cover the needs of that part of the system.
As further functionality is implemented we continually refine the data
model, but all of the major data element definitions are in place. S
o,
just remember that much, but not all, of the functionality described
here is implemented at this point.



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Compiere


http://www.compiere.com



Open Source ERP
and CRM


Compiere, Inc. bases its products and business on the idea that
innovation and business value thrive in an environment of openness.
This is why Compiere embraces open standards, open architecture
and open source. Because of our "open" thinking, cu
stomers like you
are able to use our open source ERP software solutions to automate
financial, distribution, sales and service processes


quickly, easily
and affordably


today and in the future.

Savings, Yes.


Open source ERP and CRM from Compiere delive
rs exceptional
value. The core ERP software is available with no upfront license
fees, reducing the risks and challenges commonly associated with
ERP implementations.


Our customers tell us that the return from their Compiere open source
investment come fr
om multiple sources


not simply from reducing
software licensing fees. Here are a few of the sources of savings:






* Lower hardware acquisition costs





* Lower configuration costs





* Lower implementation costs





* Lower costs to change and adapt

your automated processes





* Lower costs associated with upgrading to new Compiere releases





* Lower costs for every transaction





* Higher inventory turns and fewer stock
-
outs





* Better control over suppliers and costs





* Faster access to in
formation for decision
-
making





* Faster period close cycles for generating financial statements





* Improved customer responsiveness





* Ultimately, revenue and profit growth


Lock
-
in, No.


As an open source product, Compiere software source code is

available to you and to the broader open source community. It can
never be bought or merged out of existence. Your Compiere ERP
open source investment will last as long as you want it to.


Because of its open architecture and adherence to open standards,
Compiere gives you many choices. Beginning with initial deployment
and continuing into the future, you have the ability to add new
features and extend Compiere to meet the changing needs of your
enterprise. Other choices available to Compiere customers inc
lude:






* Hardware Architecture





* Computer Manufacturer





* Operating System





* Database





* Application Server





* Storage System





* Web Infrastructure





* Web Browser



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ERP5


http://www.erp5.org/

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ERP5 is a full featured high end Open Source / Libre Software
solution published under GPL license and used for mission critial
ERP / CRM / MRP / SCM / PDM applications by industrial
organisations and

government agencies.


Enterprise Resource Planning system based on the Zope application
server. It is mainly developed in the Python programming language
and the source code is freely available under the GNU General Public
License. ERP5 is developed by th
e French company Nexedi which
also offers consulting, customizations and training for ERP5. There
are currently two version of ERP5:






* ERP5 Enterprise is used in enterprise level customer projects
which are mainly focused on custom development and cus
tomizations
based on the individual business processes of the company.





* ERP5 Express is a hosted solution offered as Software as a
Service for a monthly fee which is standardized for the typical needs
of small companies. It offers HR and CRM functiona
lity and
Accounting and Document Management features will be added at the
beginning of 2008.



Functionality


ERP5 provides the business logic in so called Business Templates.
Currently the following functionality is provided:






* Accounting provides mu
ltiple accounting features such as multi
-
key analytical accounting, multidimensional budget accounting,
activity based accounting, project accounting, previsional accounting
as well as asset
-

and cashmanagement, generic reports and invoicing.






* Immobi
lisation extends the Accounting Business Template by
providing support for immobilisations.






* Payroll extends the Accounting Business Template to provide
administration and generation of payroll sheets for employees.






* Budget extends the Accounti
ng Business Template by providing
the creation, planning and administration of budgets.






* Product Data Management provides a transparent overview of
products and the corresponding BOMs.






* Trade provides all necessary elements to support procureme
nt
and sales. This Business Template provides supplier lists, packing
lists, orders, order management and tracking, shippng and transport,
fright and inventory management.






* Material Requirement Planning provides all elements required for
the manageme
nt of a production facility. This Business Template
provides bills of materials, product orders, production reports,
material requirement planning and complex supply chains.






* Customer Relationship Management (CRM) provides CRM
related features. It in
cludes features to follow customer development,
management of the relations between customers and other
organisations, custumer related incomming and outgoing events such
as phone calls and email, sales opportunities, campaign management
and meetings as we
ll as a ticket tracking system for support requests
and complaints.






* Project provides support for project planning as well as project
based accounting and cost analysis.






* DMS provides a workflow based Document Management
System. It is focused o
n supporting open data formats but also
provides support for the major proprietary formats such as ".doc" or
".xls".



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GNU Enterprise


http://www.gnuenterpr
ise.org/


GNUe: An Overview


GNU Enterprise (GNUe) is a meta
-
project which is part of the overall
GNU Project. GNUe's goal is to develop enterprise
-
class data
-
aware
applications as Free software. GNUe is itself comprised of several
subprojects:


Developer

Tools


Firstly, GNUe is a set of tools, such as a data
-
aware user forms
interface, a reporting system and an application server, which provide
a development framework for enterprise information technology
professionals to write or customise data
-
aware app
lications and
deploy them effectively across large or small organizations. The
GNUe platform boasts an open architecture and easy maintenance. It
gives users a modular system and freedom from being stuck with a
single
-
source vendor. GNUe supports multi
-
lan
guage interfaces, non
-
ASCII character sets, and most popular database systems.


ERP Packages


GNUe is also a set of packages written using the tools, to implement a
full Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. From human
resources, accounting, customer
relationship management and project
management to supply chain or e
-
commerce, GNUe can handle the
needs of any business, large or small. GNUe supports multi
-
currency
processing (including euro support).


Note: Packages are not as far along in the developme
nt cycle as the
tools. Most are still in the planning stages.


The Community


A general community of support and resources for developers writing
applications using the GNUe Tools (whether part of the 'official'
GNUe Packages or not). It is designed to col
lect Enterprise software
for the GNU system in a single location (much like the GNOME
project collects Desktop software). GNUe is a Free Software project
(released under the GNU General Public License) with a corps of
volunteer developers around the world
working on GNUe projects.
This provides the added benefits of easy internationalization of
applications. The project is working to provide a worldwide GNUe
community, allowing everyone who is involved in the project access
to other talented business inform
ation technology professionals.



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JFire


https://www.jfire.org


JFire is a very comprehensive and flexible Open Source ERP
-
Solution. It was designed to provide a
ny sized enterprise with very
powerful analysis, reporting, and customization options. This
provides companies with a highly scalable system that supports small
companies as well as global businesses who have large user base,
multi
-
currency & multi
-
languag
e requirements.


.the new, powerful and free ERP, CRM, eBusiness and SCM /SRM
solution for business enterprises.


JFire is entirely free/open
-
source software, uses the latest
technologies (J2EE 1.4, JDO 2.0, Eclipse RCP 3.2) and is designed to
be highly cu
stomizable.


Therefore, JFire is the right software for you, because it is a complete
and extensible solution that fulfills all your business needs like user
management, online trade with business partners, points of sale,
various distribution channels for
ming a distribution network, store
management etc.



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OpenBlueLab

http://www.openbluelab.org



OpenBlueLab aims at providing a complete ERP & CRM based on
Alf
resco. Full web, Open Source, based on UML models, without
writing any line of code, generated through the MDA approach, an
Alfresco Reference Implementation is currently available.



OpenBlueLab is currently being used to develop a full Web ERP
from scrat
ch. Portal layout may be configured through the UI, Ajax
and HTML
-
based forms are automatically built from XML widget
definitions, which may be generated on the fly from a UML model
that describes your information system. Widgets are dynamically
populated,

making them data
-
aware automatically at run time with no
need to code any database interaction. This framework allows you to
focus on Information System design, with forms and portal
architecture being generated automatically.




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Openbravo

http://www.openbravo.com


Openbravo is the leading fully functional integrated web
-
based open
source ERP (enterprise management system) that offers a unique
value proposition
-

a higher value at a lower cost.

O
ur clients are organisations that have chosen to be the owners of
their ERP solution and to only pay for the professional support they
really need, when they need it.

If you are looking for a system to manage your business... It's time to
get your own ERP!




Openbravo is an open source ERP solution designed specifically for
the SME (small to midsize firm). Developed in a web based
environment, it includes many robust functionalities which are
considered part of the extended ERP: procurement and warehouse
m
anagement, project and service management, production
management, and financial management.

Additionally, this same application seemlessly integrates the rest of
the areas, starting with a management scope directly helping clients
with its CRM (Customer Re
lationship Management) and BI (Business
Intelligence).




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Opentaps

http://www.opentaps.org/


Opentaps is a web based ERP and CRM for small to medium sized
businesses. Its functions include eCommerce, Point
-
of
-
Sales,
inventory, warehouse, order, customer management and general
ledger. It also offers built
-
in business intelligence tools and mobility
integration, including with Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, and
mobile phones.


Key features of opentaps Open Source ERP + CRM include:






* A complete suite that deliver a 360
-
degree view of your business,

from customers to orders to inventory to accounting.


opentaps is one
application running on one unified data model with over 700 tables, so
you'll never have to do messy integration again.





* Compatible all major open source and commercial relational
databases, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Sybase, and
Microsoft SQL Server.





* Runs on Linux, Unix, and Windows.





* Service
-
Oriented Architecture for easy interoperability with
external or legacy applications.





* Modular and tiered architect
ure allows for easy modifications or
additions.


An add
-
on application could be unzipped into a directory
and start running.





* Synchronize your users' contacts and calendars with their mobile
phones or Outlook and Evolution clients using the built
-
in o
pen source
Funambol Data Synchronization server.





* Built
-
in business intelligence and reporting tools with
JasperReports and Pentaho.





* Integrate with PHP and Ruby On Rails applications, including the
Joomla content management system or your custom

web storefronts, or
use the fully
-
integrated ecommerce store in opentaps.





* Workflow for adapting to unique business processes.





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PostBooks

http://postbooks.sourceforge.net/

http://sourceforge.net/projects/postbooks

http://www.xtuple.com/postbooks


PostBooks is an open source accounting and enterprise resource
planning business system geared toward small to medium sized
businesses. It is released under a CPAL lic
ense and is thus free
software. PostBooks is maintained as an open source project on
SourceForge.net but is based on the commercially licensed
OpenMFG ERP system created by xTuple, a private software
company based in Norfolk, VA.


The name PostBooks is der
ived from three aspects of the project.
First "Post" alludes to the common concept of posting journals in
accounting. Second, the name refers to the project's technological
roots as it runs exclusively on the PostgreSQL database. Finally, the
name suggests

PostBooks as a logical step of progression for
businesses that have outgrown the popular QuickBooks small
business accounting product by Intuit.


PostBooks is a full
-
featured, fully
-
integrated accounting, ERP, and
CRM system, based on the award winning Op
enMFG ERP Suite.


Built with the open source PostgreSQL database, and the open source
Qt framework for C++, it provides the ultimate in power and
flexibility for a range of businesses and industries. It includes the
following modules:






* Accounting (ge
neral ledger, accounts receivable and payable,
bank reconciliation, financial reporting)





* Sales (quotes, order entry, sales reporting, shipping)





* CRM (universal address book, incident management, opportunity
management, to
-
do lists, project manag
ement)





* Purchasing (purchase orders, receiving, vendor reporting)





* Product Definition (items, infinite
-
level bills of material)





* Inventory (multiple locations, other advanced warehouse
features)





* Light Manufacturing (work orders, strong

support for make
-
to
-
order)





* OpenRPT open source report writer



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Tiny ERP

http://tinyerp.com


Tiny ERP is an ERP/CRM system.


The software is claimed to be a
complete ERP and CRM system. It
has separate client and server components. XML
-
RPC interfaces are
available.


Among the features are analytic accounting, financial accounting,
inventory management, sales and purchase management, tasks
automation, marketing

campaigns, help desk, and point of sale.


The software is open source and is released under the GNU General
Public License.


The Linux user interface is GTK+ based. A Windows version is also
available.


Tiny ERP is often seen as an alternative to the majo
r open
-
source
ERP solution Compiere. Tiny ERP is not as mature as Compiere;
however it is arguably easier to implement and customize due its
cleaner and more modular approach.



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webERP


http://www.weberp.org


webERP is a complete web based accounting/ERP system that
requires only a web
-
browser and pdf reader to use. It has a wide range
of features suitable for many businesses particularly distributed
businesses in
wholesale and distribution. It is developed as an open
-
source application and
is available as a free download to use. The
feature set is continually expanding as new businesses and developers
adopt it.

There have been in excess of 80,000 downloads to date∞.


The growth of webERP adoption has been entirely through word of
mouth testi
mony
-

there has never been a marketing or advertising
push to "sell" webERP. Of course there are no funds nor commercial
incentive to do so for free software. Instead this growth is built on
reputation and solid practical functionality that works as tried

and
tested by an increasing number of businesses.