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World's #1 Open Source ERP

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World's #1 Open Source ERP, Accounting, CRM for SMBs. Mac, Windows, Linux and Mobile. Rich API to connect third-party apps. FREE user registration, demos and trial offers, plus commercial editions and add-ons at http://www.xTuple.com.

Features

  • Full accounting (general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, bank reconciliation)
  • Fully integrated CRM (incidents, to-do list, address book, opportunities, projects, vendors)
  • Superior inventory control for manufacturers, distributors, professional services
  • Rich REST API built with PostgreSQL database views, encapsulates all business logic and data integrity
  • Fully integrated OpenRPT report writer to customize reports, Qt Designer to customize screens
  • Mobile Web application, fully integrated with classic Desktop client to manage business and enrich customer and prospect relationships from tablets or smartphones – on-the-go, anytime, anywhere

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Highest Rated

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I have been using xtuple for a year now. I know know what I like about it and what I dont. What I like about it: - qt: the client is multiplatform (Win/Mac/Linux); dev tools are mature for roll your own extensions. - good structure for adding in custom modules (forms and reports), especially the built in qt ide. - completeness: xtuple has all of the core modules/functionality (some of which you actually have to buy, but that is how they pay thier bills). - free: postbooks edition has no user limits, so we can afford to really *use* it as an erp system... with 10 users most erp systems cost around $50K to $100K + $20K / yr in maintenance... I cant afford that. - good support: the developers do look at and respond to bug reports; even for unpaid support. What I cringe about: - qt: the client design standards have broken down; this is rev 3 of the product, over time different people have built core screens differently (ie buttons are in different places, new/save behave differently, form layouts are inconsistent). - qt: looks very bland: this is an important point; the look and feel of the screens affects usability. A screen that uses color and images *properly* is easier to work with. - openrpt: the report writer is functional, it prints canned reports well. but that is it. weakest part of the product. - not free: the manufacturing module is not free; this is the core functionality most companies need. xtuple makes you pay for it. The ultimate assessment is: given a choice, would I use xtuple again? For a FREE solution, yes. I evaluated 4 of the other "opensource" guys first and postbooks is the best of the lot. For a PAID solution: no. Once I start paying $50K for my ERP system, there are a lot more options out there.

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Lowest Rated

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I heard very good comments about postbook. I have downloaded the installer "xTuple-4.5.0-windows-installer". I tried to install on my 64 bit windows 7 machine, but its not installing. I am getting the following error "Error copying file from packed archive <PATH>\xTuple-4.5.0-windows-installer.exe to <PATH>\QtGui4.dll" Can anyone help me?

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metersales
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I began a project to migrate our small companies data over to xTuple September of 2013. We have 6 employees, and I was one of two put on the project. I had the technical and manufacturing expertise, and the other person had the accounting expertise. We have been using xTuple since January 1st 2014. We ran xTuple in parallel with our old system for the first quarter, and have been putting the final touches to completing the implementation ever since. The program has and continues to surpass our expectations. We have found a couple of bugs, but they were/are only annoyances. We started in version 4.1 and are currently in 4.4. We have been using the free postbooks license, and just had it renewed. Both times I asked for the license, I received it within 1 business day after a courteous phone call from xTuple. We sent the other person on the implementation project to the 101 class that xTuple hosts. I highly recommend anyone considering an implementation of xTuple take that class. The support available through the xTuple.org website and the user forums is outstanding! We looked at other accounting/ERP suites before choosing xTuple. I am glad that we chose xTuple.

Posted 08/20/2014
davidbeauchamp
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PostBooks is still free, while it is true you need a key for more than one user, keys are given out freely and without hesitation. Love the product.

Posted 06/11/2014
niyag4g
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I heard very good comments about postbook. I have downloaded the installer "xTuple-4.5.0-windows-installer". I tried to install on my 64 bit windows 7 machine, but its not installing. I am getting the following error "Error copying file from packed archive <PATH>\xTuple-4.5.0-windows-installer.exe to <PATH>\QtGui4.dll" Can anyone help me?

Posted 06/11/2014
matrixiv
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The Postbooks edition now only allow one concurrent user since the 4.2 release. They want you pay minimum 5 grand to get 5 users. It was a good software before. But now xTuple becomes a trap for those people who invested lot of time. If you are a small business owner, you need think again before you jump in. I recommended this to my friend and asked him switched from another accounting software, now he wanted to add second user. It asks for key. He asked xTuple for the key, but they just tried to sell him higher edition. He never got the key. I don't know xTuple is still an open source software like what it claims.

Posted 03/18/2014
breakfastfish
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Great Product! Great support too! Just wondering if there will be a source code release for 4.3.1? Thank you for producing such a good product. Fred

Posted 03/11/2014
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