Adempiere ADempiere /ˌɑːdɛmˈpjɛreɪ/ is an Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP software package released under a free software license. The word ADempiere in Italian means "to fulfill" or "to accomplish". The software is licensed under the GNU General Public License. History Goals of this project The goal of the Adempiere project is the creation of a community-developed and supported open source business solution. The Adempiere community follows the open-source model of the Bazaar described in Eric Raymond's article The Cathedral and the Bazaar. Business functionality The following business areas are addressed by the Adempiere application: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Supply Chain Management (SCM)Customer Relationship Management (CRM)Financial Performance AnalysisIntegrated Point of sale (POS) solutionIntegrated Web storeMaterial Requirements Planning (or Manufacturing Resource Planning, in beta for Release 3.5), contributed by the Libero project. Technology Notes
Linux Installer | ERP5 Most Powerful Open Source ERP ERP5 VM are the recommended way for end-users who just want an ERP5 environment up and running on their server. It is also the recommended way for developers who do not need to modify ERP5 core source code. This package is not recommended for a large production environment with many users. Slapos (Buildout) is the recommended way to install ERP5 for developers willing to contribute to ERP5 core or who need to implement complex integration of ERP5 with other packages. How to use and install ERP5 VM This procedure is recommended for end users willing to try ERP5. The Virtual Machine package includes the whole software stack of ERP5 and its dependencies. To install the VM and use it you should follow the tutorial How to install and use the ERP5 VM (presentation). Installation through SlapOS Installing ERP5 using SlapOS (a distributed Cloud operating system based on buildout and supervisord) is the recommended way to install ERP5 for developers willing to contribute to the core of ERP5.
LogMeIn Silent Installer – Custom Package « TwelchSysAd | Weblog Custom Free Silent LogMeIn Installer. So there are already a few guides out there on how to make a Silent (In the sense that it don’t ask you for your username and password) LogMeIn installer. I am going to show you the way I do it with step by step instructions so that anyone can follow. Part 1 - Customizing the Installer: Get the tools that you will need to complete this job: Download Orca – Orca is a MSI editor. Download me in installer to a folder on your desktop. Step 1: Edit the OnInstallExecuteSequence Table: Find the installer you just downloaded and right click on it and select “Edit with Orca” Find InstallExecuteSequence under the table list on the left hand side, then do the following: Select GetDeployInfo under the action list. Find Property under the table list on the left hand side, then do the following: under the table list on the left hand side, then do the following: Select LICENSETYPE under the action list.” Then in Orca click File then Save. Part 2 – Making the Installer:
Home | ADempiere Jump to Navigation Home ADempiere Business Suite is an industrial strength open-source software solution that combines ERP, CRM and SCM support for business process. ADempiere provides a framework for extending and customizing to meet business needs. To download, click on "Adempiere better than free beer." Check'em out: Catura | XianCaro | Joerg Viola | Praneet Tiwari | Hengsin | Xiaomj | Stefan Kuthan | Rob Klein | Jeff Davis | Posterita | Berrita | CarlosRuiz | Red1 You can help by contributing Webmistress: Jireh Arciaga
12 Free and Open Source ERP Business Software Solutions Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is most crucial for a business and they really help business to streamline multisite environment with unified processes across locations. There are so many proprietary and commercial ERP solutions available like, SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle e-Business etc. But, very few know that there is a plethora of Free or Low Cost Open Source solutions that are extremely competent as well as with proper customer support just like the proprietary ones. Compiere Compiere is a Comprehensive, Adaptable and Low Cost ERP (Java based) solution. There is a Free community version without support as well as Commercial editions that give you complete support and guarantee, training resources etc. PostBooks PostBooks is a full-featured, fully-integrated accounting, ERP, and CRM system, based on the award winning xTuple ERP Suite. Opentaps Opentaps is used by a number of companies ranging from small business to Fortune500 companies. Adempiere WebERP BlueERP Dolibarr jFire OpenERP
Comparison of remote desktop software This page is a comparison of remote desktop software available for various platforms. Remote desktop software Operating system support Features Terminology In the table above, the following terminology is intended to be used to describe some important features: Listening mode: where a server connects to a viewer. See also Notes References Guidance for Proof of Concept Pilot (PDF Version Available) Recommended Practice: Developing and Implementing an Enterprise-wide ElectronicRecords Management (ERM) Proof of Concept Pilot A proof of concept pilot project is an opportunity to demonstrate the capabilities of Electronic Records Management (ERM) software on a small area and in a controlled manner. A pilot project is an excellent risk mitigation strategy for an agency planning to implement a ERM system. It can also serve to inform or resolve an alternatives analysis for an agency during the investment planning phase. This document applies the principles and "best practices" of IT project management to a proof of concept demonstration pilot for ERM whose purpose is to assess whether the solution should be deployed agency-wide. Top of Page 1. The first document provides guidance for Coordinating the Evaluation of Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) Proposals for ERM Applications ( ). 2. 3. 4.
2011 February « Experiences with an Open Source ERP system Image via CrunchBase Sharing my thoughts on how we have been using OpenERP these past four months. Couple of our customer (which happen to be small businesses) appreciate it as a full integrated system, and they are starting to use most of its modules. Those clients happen to be very small and they don’t have a large budget for a full-fledged ERP implementation, so they use it as they learn it. Now, we finished a project and starting a new one. In one project we needed to keep track of attendances with a fingerprint reader. Well, using OpenERP business objects is an scenario we never anticipated, and we are very happy with it. Have a great weekend! Delete Large Email Attachments from Gmail to Free Up Space This article describes how you can free up space in your Gmail mailbox by removing bulky email messages and detaching large file attachments from your inbox This article describes how you can free up space in your Gmail mailbox by removing bulky email messages and large file attachments. While Yahoo! Mail and Windows Live Hotmail offer POP3 access to your email, GMail (and Google Apps for Email) is probably the only free web mail service that also provides free offline access to your email messages via the IMAP route. The benefits of using IMAP4 far outweigh POP3 – the primary feature being instant synchronization of the action with the mail server. As an example, if you have configured Outlook or Thunderbird with your Gmail account using IMAP4, you can delete messages in the local client and they’ll get moved to the Trash folder in Gmail as well automatically. New tutorial added: How to Sort Gmail Messages by Size Free up Space in Gmail via IMAP – The Strategy For Desktop Mail Clients
12 Steps to a Successful Proof of Concept - Part 3 by Andy Piper This series of articles is designed to give you a repeatable process for installing a proof of concept at a customer site in a manner that leads to a successful product evaluation and ultimately a sale. The first article focused on building a repeatable process for delivering a proof of concept. The second article explained how to understand what the customer needs, properly set their expectations and make sure everything is ready before you show up at the customer’s location. This article explains what to do during and after the customer visit to ensure a successful installation and keep the sales process moving forward. Step 9: Run through a checklist When you first arrive at the customer’s site, you need to get organized in order to make the most of the day. The other reason you want to run through a checklist is to identify any surprises the customer is going to throw at you. Step 10: Spend Quality Time with the Customer Step 11: Follow up Call Step 12: Define Next Steps
RegexRenamer Steps for a Successful Proof of Concept - Adaptiva As part of the evaluation process, you should have had a demonstration of the product and have a pretty good understanding of what it can do, what it can’t do and what problems it will solve. The next step is the proof of concept or POC. First, the POC should be conducted in your environment. Accept nothing less. There are two goals in any proof of concept. You and the IT vendor should work together to define expectations. Your IT vendor should set realistic expectations. Build a dedicated lab environment for your testing. Ask questions. There are no shortcuts to a successful POC.