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xTuple
xTuple provides free, and commercially licensed, open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Its customers range from small businesses to large

xtuple  xTuple provides free, and commercially licensed, open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Its customers range from small businesses to large enterprises in a variety of industries, including food production, manufacturing of pistons, industrial pumps, and specialty garments, and others. xTuple is headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia (US). Read More
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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xTuple ERP
The xTuple enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is available in three editions. The open-source PostBooks Edition contains functionality for basic

xtuple  ERP The xTuple enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is available in three editions. The open-source PostBooks Edition contains functionality for basic accounting, including general ledger (GL), accounts receivable (AR), and accounts payable (AP). It also includes fully integrated customer relationship management (CRM) functionality, as well as functionality for sales, purchasing, product definition, inventory, light manufacturing, and reporting. The commercially licensed Standard Edition Read More
What’s Up with xTuple-and Open Source ERP?
You may be wondering how the open-source ERP vendor xTuple operating with a workforce of only 27 can compete on the same stage with the software giants. Find

xtuple  neck of the woods, xTuple (formerly OpenMFG ), which recently turned 10 years young. As a commercial open source company, xTuple works with a global community of tens of thousands of professional users. Customers can tailor the vendor’s solutions with multi-platform support for Apple Mac , Microsoft Windows , Linux and mobile devices, and take advantage of flexible and transparent licensing and pricing options. xTuple targets mid-market enterprises and smaller organizations with solutions that are an Read More
xTuple Ends 2012 on a High Note
In the final days of 2012, xTuple, a commercial open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) company that works with a global community of tens of thousands

xtuple  final days of 2012, xTuple , a commercial open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) company that works with a global community of tens of thousands of professional users,  reported its second consecutive record quarter of sales for 2012 . Due to a surge of new customers in manufacturing and distribution, revenue was reportedly up 74 percent over the third quarter last year—and sales in the first three quarters of 2012 were up 59 percent overall from the same time period in 2011. At about the same Read More
xTuple and OrangeHRM Team Up
Often I get asked the question why people refer to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system as a true “enterprise resource planning” solution if it doesn’t

xtuple  and distribution ERP provider xTuple aims to offer true ERP, having recently announced a new  technology integration partnership with a popular open source HRM software, OrangeHRM . OrangeHRM, a human resource information system (HRIS) for small and medium businesses (SMBs), is available for download as free and open source software (FOSS). The open source OrangeHRM product suite, with more than one million global users today, includes an array of modules that provide personnel information management Read More
A Semi-open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the

xtuple  is Norfolk, Virginia, (US)-based xTuple (formerly OpenMFG ). Privately held xTuple is a self-financed developer of enterprise-class business process applications powered by open source software and infrastructure such as Linux operating system (OS), PostgreSQL database, and Qt , a C++ graphical user interface (GUI) development framework from Trolltech , a Norwegian software company. Before delving into xTuple's answers to our questions, some background on xTuple and OpenMFG is in order. The vendor is a Read More
The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 3
Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series went through the five previous generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) product. In late 2008, at the

xtuple  as Sage, Exact Software, xTuple, Infor , and SAP Business One , to mention only some. Dear readers, what are your views and comments in this regard? Do you agree with our assertions of the product’s traditional good traits and flaws? If you are existing users of Dynamics NAV or its former Navision incarnations, what have been your experiences with these products and what is your take on the product’s future? Read More
Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 1
<!--StartFragment-->In early June Consona Corporation’s analyst relationship (AR) contact forewarned me about the company’s upcoming acquisition of a

xtuple  of Compiere, such as xTuple ’s CEO Ned Lilly  and  OpenBravo ’s executive Paolo Juvara. As a common thread, most of these articles lamented about the dubious future of Compiere’s once enthusiastic and active FOSS community and its contribution to the product’s future development.  Compiere’s original founder Jorg Janke is currently writing a tell-all blog series on the company’s genesis, from inception to Consona , and we will all certainly stay tuned for that (the first part is already Read More
Zoho’s Mod Appeal
If you are a small or medium business and you haven’t heard of Zoho yet, you should check it out—the company might have an app for you, perhaps even for free

xtuple  of open source technology, xTuple , is approaching the market from the other end—the vendor already has a full ERP system. It intends to spin out micro-modules that let users start with just one piece, then build up to the fully integrated ERP that already exists. Many ERP providers already have their budding app stores, e.g., SYSPRO and QAD to name a couple. The market may ultimately favor one approach over the other, but this will depend on many factors pertaining to the customer company’s IT Read More
Do You Want Your Apps to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 1
<!--StartFragment-->Let me start this blog series with one disclaimer: I am not an early adopter and I do not easily fall for any vendor’s slick marketing

xtuple  people (e.g., see the  xTuple definition in the namesake company’s FAQ page ). Many lesser-known vendors have a knack of pretty well-defined concepts of events and alerts in the system that can be sent to users via screen pops, email, fax, etc. It shouldn’t be the most difficult undertaking in the world to extend those to some type of social application. A News Feeds Overload: How to Streamline it? Overall, I thought at the time that Salesforce Chatter was a helpful idea, but nothing Read More

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