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Daidze POS

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POS,Sale, Invoice, Stock

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A completely free, fully customizable and beautifully designed business management system that allows you to keep track of your money, sales, customers, products and stock in an easy and user friendly environment on any operating system. DAIDZE POS is completely free and available for download.

"Daidze” is also an open-source rapid development framework written in TCL/Tk. It's a well designed and tested foundation structure for programmers to create database applications. Our primary objective is to enable you to work in a well structured and rapid development manner without the loss of flexibility. "DAIDZE" will provide you with all the tools you need to start creating your own software.

"DAIDZE" has an active development team and community, providing great value and upgrades to the project, by using it you'll be keeping your application's core well tested and constantly modern.

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Categories

Office/Business

License

BSD License

Features

  • Rapid Business Application Development Framework, ERP software for small and middle sized businesses
  • Multi-platform. Works on Linux, Windows and Macintosh with little to no configuration involved
  • Compatible with versions 8.x and 9 of PostgreSQL Localization, multilingual (currently only English and Portuguese), each client separately configurable.
  • Compatible with versions 8.x and 9 of PostgreSQL
  • Business modular software written in TCL/Tk.

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Languages

English, Portuguese

Intended Audience

Other Audience

User Interface

Tk

Programming Language

Tcl

Registered

2011-01-20
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