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Odoo - Open Source Apps To Grow Your Business

  •    Python

Odoo (formerly OpenERP) is a suite of web based open source business apps. The main Odoo Apps include an Open Source CRM, Website Builder, eCommerce, Project Management, Billing & Accounting, Point of Sale, Human Resources, Marketing, Manufacturing, Purchase Management

erpnext - Open Source ERP built for the web

  •    Python

Includes: Accounting, Inventory, Manufacturing, CRM, Sales, Purchase, Project Management, HRMS. Requires MariaDB. ERPNext is built on the Frappe Framework, a full-stack web app framework in Python & JavaScript.

OpenERP - Open Source Business Applications

  •    Python

OpenERP is a comprehensive suite of business applications including Sales, CRM, Project management, Warehouse management, Manufacturing, Financial management, Human Resources, Point of Sale, Accounting, Purchase, Marketing and lot more. It has over 700 OpenERP modules available on Launchpad. The package contains OpenERP server, web client and GTK client.

Tryton - General Purpose Application Platform

  •    Python

The core of Tryton (also called Tryton kernel) provides all the necessary functionalities for a complete application framework: data persistence, extensive modularity, users management (authentication, fine grained control for data access, handling of concurrent access of resources), workflow and report engines, web services and internationalisation. Thus constituting a complete application platform which can be used for any relevant purpose.




Erpnext - Web Based ERP in Python

  •    Python

ERPNext is an Open Source ERP for small, medium sized businesses. It is built on wnframework. It contains various modules including Accounting, Inventory, CRM, Sales management, Purchase, Human resource management, Asset management, Point of sale, Project management, Leave management, Billing, Payroll and lot more.

pydici - CRM, billing and staffing management web tool for consulting company

  •    Python

It is written in Python using the Django framework. Sébastien Renard (Sebastien.Renard@digitalfox.org).