Monthly Archives: January 2011

Can Open Source Make ERP Better?

This article is by Si Chen from Opentaps: Derek Singleton at SoftwareAdvice.com has written an interesting article entitled Can Open Source ERP Succeed? He brought up some of the hurdles for the adoption of open source ERP software. Having developed open source ERP … Continue reading

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US: Government instructs its procurers not to discriminate against open source software

by OSOR Editorial Team — published on Jan 27, 2011 On 7 January 2011, the US Government issued a memorandum instructing its information technology (IT) procurers not to discriminate on the basis of whether the software is proprietary, open source or mixed source, … Continue reading

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What’s Next for LibreOffice?

LibreOffice 3.3 wasn’t even released yet when plans for upcoming versions were being hammered out. A release plan is now in place as well as a development philosophy. According to the foundation, time-based release plans are more productive than the … Continue reading

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OPENERP > The Revolution has started! OpenERP V6 is OUT!

After a year and a half of hard but genius work, OpenERP has released its new version 6.0. More user-friendly, accessible, intuitive and ready to boost up your business. It’s a response to the needs of our customers, community and … Continue reading

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OpenERP Aims to Bring ERP to the SMB Masses

By Erika Morphy CRM Buyer Part of the ECT News Network 01/18/11 5:00 AM PT OpenERP has launched a significant upgrade designed to appeal to small and mid-sized businesses both for its functionality and its pricing. OpenERP “a good example … Continue reading

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Spreading the appeal: xTuple aims its ERP apps at both smaller and larger user targets

Analyst: China Martens, Jay Lyman Date: 21 Dec 2010 Email This Report: to colleagues »» / to yourself »» 451 Report Folder: File report »» View my folder »» As we head into 2011, we’re expecting incremental but constant change … Continue reading

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Accounts Payable Best Practices: What are your 3 tips for managing accounts payable?”

Please list, in detail, 3 tips that you would like to share with the Focus community on managing accounts payable. High quality contributions will be included in an upcoming report on accounting best practices, and will receive significant promotion on … Continue reading

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Carbon accounting is hot new growth area for accountants

Although the future of the controversial Cap-and-Trade bill is in limbo, particularly with a new Congress that might not be as anxious to pass the legislation as the previous group of legislators, many companies have already begun measuring and reporting … Continue reading

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OpenErp > The long awaited OpenERP V6.0 RC2 is here!

As promised last year to our community, OpenERP has released V6.0 RC2. After working for a few months, along with our community we were able to release RC2 just in time for the beginning of 2011. So, don’t waste time … Continue reading

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Open Source ERP is Ready, Willing & Able

Author: Tom Rodgers Monday, January 3, 2011Comment(1) Print Forward For many years Open Source ERP has been quietly maturing. With a large following from impartial sites like SourceForge.net and Open Source ERP Guru as well as the sites sponsored by … Continue reading

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