NORFOLK, Va., Sep 13, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — xTuple, the leading provider of commercial open source business management software for growing companies, today announced continued growth through the rapid expansion of its commercial customer base. In recent months, the open source ERP provider has signed twelve new commercial customers across multiple industries including green manufacturing, pharmaceutical, industrial and electronics. New customers include: — Applied Applications International, Inc. — Kelso, Washington (green HVAC products) — Asia Supply Line, LLC — Charlotte, North Carolina (global sourcing for aerospace and food products) — Bausch Advanced Technologies, Inc. — Clinton, Connecticut (pharmaceutical packaging) — Ebenisterie St-Patrick — Montreal, Quebec (commercial cabinet making) — Katoomba Trading Company — Melbourne, Australia (food distributor) — Kinetic Research — Lutz, Florida (carbon fiber products) — Magna-Power Electronics — Flemington, New Jersey (dc power supplies) — Matrix Orbital — Calgary, Alberta (electronics displays) — Norton Pulpstones — Hamilton, Ontario (grinding for pulp/paper mills) — Stone Plastics & Manufacturing — Zeeland, Michigan (injection molding) — Visible Assets, Inc. — Mississauga, Ontario (wireless asset tagging) — Windkits — Norwood, New Jersey (windmill materials) Tweet this: Open source #ERP provider #xTuple continues growth with new customers and the most active project on #SourceForge – http://bit.ly/bY7Jwh.
xTuple is also seeing continued acceleration of its global user community, which now stands at over 25,000 active members. The free and open source PostBooks Edition of xTuple ERP is currently the #1 most active project on the SourceForge.net open source portal, downloaded over 400,000 times. In addition, CRM magazine recently named xTuple “One to Watch” in its 2010 CRM Market Awards.