Monthly Archives: January 2012

Financial BI for xtuple PostBooks

Release 1.4 of BI for PostBooks is available providing financial business intelligence.  Here’s an overview: http://host.bicourse.com/site/?page_id=188 The release is available on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/erpbi/files/ Tour the Financial Solution Your company’s general ledger provides all the information to understand your financial health, … Continue reading

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The new OpenERP touchscreen Point of Sale

The brand new OpenERP touchscreen point of sale available with 6.1 allows you to manage your shop sales very easily. It’s fully web based so that you don’t have to install or deploy any software and all the sales shops … Continue reading

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Big Business, Big Linux

By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | January 19, 2012, 11:19am PST Summary: IT funds may be short, but The Linux Foundation has found that companies are still investing in Linux for cloud computing, “Big Data,” and greenfield deployments.  Linux has found … Continue reading

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OpenSaaS Brings New Freedom to the Cloud

Posted on: January 17, 2012 | Posted in: Business, Cloud | Comments: 0 Comments The rise of SaaS, software delivered as a service, is having an enormously disruptive impact on the software industry. Forrester Research estimates that spending on SaaS … Continue reading

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E-commerce Accounting VtigerCRM

Vtiger and Front Accounting Integration – A Better Choice? Leave a comment (2) Go to comments From our previous post, we have mention about 2 ways synchronization between vtiger and accounting software. Now, let us show you full picture on … Continue reading

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