Monthly Archives: February 2011

Openbravo Launches Open Source ERP For SMBs

The Spanish company is entering the U.S. market with Web-based software to help smaller companies make use of an enterprise resource planning system that reduces implementation time and provides long-term flexibility. By Kevin Casey ,  InformationWeek February 23, 2011 09:00 AM Openbravo … Continue reading

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ERP/3.0/Release Notes/3.0RC4

Contents [hide] 1 Openbravo 3.0 RC4 available 1.1 What’s New 1.2 Fixed issues 1.3 Known issues 2 Download Details 3 Online Demo 4 Installation 5 Other resources and links 6 Special thanks Openbravo 3.0 RC4 available Release date: February 23rd, 2011 Openbravo 3.0 RC4 is the fourth release candidate … Continue reading

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Opensource Accounting/ERP Strategy Roadmaps

One of the nice things about the Open Source approach that you don’t see in Traditional/Proprietary systems is their transparency (publishing of their strategy for development of the product/project). Here are the strategy/roadmaps for the 3 major commercial/Opensource Integrated Accounting/ERP … Continue reading

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Open Source Approaching 30% Of Enterprise Software

Flexibility, increased innovation, shorter development times, and faster procurement processes cited as top reasons for using open source options, reports Gartner. By Alison Diana ,  InformationWeek February 9, 2011 01:27 PM Open source software continues to gain traction in the … Continue reading

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BitNami Cloud Hosting

BitNami Cloud Hosting Article – from Amazon Web Services Blog I had a very pleasant phone call with Erica and Daniel of BitNami just yesterday. They gave me a complete briefing on their new BitNami Cloud Hosting product, which they … Continue reading

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