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Open Source and Linux, IT Services Software Evaluation Report

The model of IT services for Free and Open Source software (FOSS) helps identify the characteristics clients require from consultants, integrators, resellers, etc. to develop, support, migrate, and implement enterprise solutions or services that are based on, or are themselves, FOSS. In addition, it supports standard criteria important to enterprise Linux rollouts or migrations. 

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A Semi-open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends


A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the open source door, however, with OpenMFG, its commercially licensed solution with an open source infrastructure.

open source tracking  process applications powered by open source software and infrastructure such as Linux operating system (OS), PostgreSQL database, and Qt , a C++ graphical user interface (GUI) development framework from Trolltech , a Norwegian software company. Before delving into xTuple''s answers to our questions, some background on xTuple and OpenMFG is in order. The vendor is a relative newcomer in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) arena; it was founded in 2002 (as OpenMFG) by its current president and chief Read More

Journyx


As the first provider of applications for the Web-based time-tracking industry, Journyx offers open-source timesheet and expense management solutions that address the needs of the entire enterprise. Journyx helps customers maximize profitability by automating processes to increase efficiency. Founded in 1996, Journyx is the first and only company to introduce Per Person/Per Project Profitability (P5), a proprietary process that enables clients to collect and analyze information to reveal profit opportunities. Journyx has thousands of customers around the globe in many industries, including American Airlines, Bayer, AC Nielsen, L'Oreal, The Discovery Channel, Schlumberger, and BlueCross BlueShield. Journyx solutions are available both on an application service provider (ASP) and a standard license basis. Journyx is a privately-held company located in Austen, Texas (US), and in addition to providing application hosting, offers a full range of professional services such as installation assistance, system configuration and integration, product training, and project management.

open source tracking  time-tracking industry, Journyx offers open-source timesheet and expense management solutions that address the needs of the entire enterprise. Journyx helps customers maximize profitability by automating processes to increase efficiency. Founded in 1996, Journyx is the first and only company to introduce Per Person/Per Project Profitability (P5), a proprietary process that enables clients to collect and analyze information to reveal profit opportunities. Journyx has thousands of customers around the Read More

Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends


Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article highlights FOSS fundamentals with the goal of adding clarity for the uninitiated.

open source tracking  at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends Introduction The first part of this article concerned the Free and open source software (FOSS) origin and rapid evolution as manifested in global customer demand trends. This second part reviews reasons behind why enterprise clients and government organizations generate this demand, as well as why software providers should continue efforts to meet the demand. Together, these articles should offer an overview of FOSS concepts for both Read More

TEC Talks to OpenMFGFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart Two: OpenMFG


TEC spoke with the President and Chief Executive Officer of OpenMFG, Edward L. Lilly, Jr., to find out how OpenMFG is leveraging commodity Free and open source software platforms to more cost-effectively deliver its own ERP solution.

open source tracking  Talks to OpenMFGFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart Two: OpenMFG Introduction Consider that Free and open source software models, as opposed to the traditional proprietary models, may afford end user organizations a direct line to getting the software that is most well-adapted to their specific needs and at a lower cost. If that tends to be the case, one should ask how it is that the groups providing Free and open source enterprise software model their businesses to support that notion. TEC Read More

xTuple ERP


The xTuple enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is available in multiple editions to run on Windows, Mac, Linux, mobile devices, locally hosted or in the cloud.   The PostBooks® Edition—available as a free and open source product as well as a commercially licensed edition—contains functionality for basic accounting, including general ledger (GL), accounts receivable (AR), and accounts payable (AP). It also includes fully integrated customer relationship management (CRM) functionality, as well as functionality for sales, purchasing, product definition, inventory, light manufacturing, and reporting.   The commercially licensed Distribution Edition includes everything in the open source PostBooks® Edition, plus additional enterprise-class functionality specifically for distributors and light manufacturers, such as advanced returns management, batch processing of emailed documents, multiwarehouse control, lot/serial tracking and tracing, Special Pricing Agreements (SPA), and other features.   The commercially licensed Manufacturing Edition of xTuple ERP contains everything in the PostBooks® and Distribution Editions, plus additional enterprise-class functionality required by manufacturers, including master production scheduling, lean/constraint management scheduling system, work centers, and bills of operations/routings.   Enterprise Edition of xTuple ERP, the premium commercially licensed product, includes everything in the PostBooks®, Distribution, and Manufacturing Editions, plus add-on components, such as xTuple Business Intelligence, XTN-Business Continuity Service, Quality Control, xTupleCommerce, and complimentary offerings, such as xTuple Connect, Fixed Assets Depreciation and Maintenance, Project Accounting, Enhanced Commissions, and implementation of advanced server and Mobile Web solution featuring the xTuple Workflow engine.   All editions use the same client software—only the database is different. All application business logic resides in the database, and all editions are based on the same core code. Users can upgrade from one edition to another by running a simple script on their databases. The editions are available on perpetual or annual license, cloud or local hosting.   All editions work with xTupleCommerce, xTuple ERP’s real-time business-to-business (B2B) eCommerce for xTuple’s customers’ customers and trading partners.

open source tracking  contains everything in the open source PostBooks Edition, plus additional enterprise-class functionality specifically for distributors and light manufacturers, such as advanced returns management, batch processing of e-mailed documents, multiwarehouse control, lot/serial tracking and tracing, and other features. The commercially licensed Manufacturing Edition of xTuple ERP contains everything in the PostBooks and Standard Editions, plus additional enterprise-class functionality specifically for Read More

Network Design: A Sole-source, Service-based Approach


Typically, useful network documentation requires a significant investment in time and effort. But because enterprise networks are in constant flux, many companies do not document their network on a regular basis. However, by adopting a sole source, service-based solution for network shapes and stencils, organizations can perform mission-critical documentation more regularly—in ways that are simpler, faster and more effective.

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Case Study: Rack-tracking System


The client: a US-based provider of reusable rack rental, recovery, and closed loop logistics management for bulk shipping and display of live goods, from nurseries to retailers. Faced with growing demand for its racks, the distributor required an enterprise-wide application that allowed flexibility for growth, while reducing operational complexity and maintaining the company’s excellent track record.

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Microsoft's Open Source Licenses


This post is not an oxymoron. The Open Source Initiative recently approved two Microsoft licenses (the Microsoft Reciprocal License and the Microsoft Public License) as compliant with the open source definition. Why would Microsoft want to publish an open source license? The very idea of Microsoft participating in the open source community might sound odd. After all, hasn't Microsoft been one

open source tracking  s Open Source Licenses This post is not an oxymoron . The Open Source Initiative recently approved two Microsoft licenses (the Microsoft Reciprocal License and the Microsoft Public License ) as compliant with the open source definition . Why would Microsoft want to publish an open source license? The very idea of Microsoft participating in the open source community might sound odd. After all, hasn''t Microsoft been one of the most vocal proprietary vendors against free and open source software ? Read More

Biometrics for Global Web Authentication: An Open Source Java/J2EE-Based Approach


Recently, companies have been working on integrating biometric verification capabilities using open source single-sign-on techniques. The main idea behind this integration is to take advantage of the infrastructure provided by a Central Authentication Service (CAS) to offer single-sign-on Web authentication, while improving security beyond basic mechanisms based on login and password. Find out more.

open source tracking  Global Web Authentication: An Open Source Java/J2EE-Based Approach Recently, companies have been working on integrating biometric verification capabilities using open source single-sign-on techniques. The main idea behind this integration is to take advantage of the infrastructure provided by a Central Authentication Service (CAS) to offer single-sign-on Web authentication, while improving security beyond basic mechanisms based on login and password. Find out more. Read More

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ITT’s New “Global Vault” Achieves Vision of a Single Data Source


When it comes to product lifecycle management (PLM), unreachable information is as expensive as excess inventory lying in a warehouse. That’s why ITT Industries, a multibillion-dollar manufacturing enterprise, needed desperately to reach its goal of a single source of data for everyone, everywhere. Unfortunately, the transition would require overcoming serious resistance and cultural issues. Find out how they did it.

open source tracking  New “Global Vault” Achieves Vision of a Single Data Source When it comes to product lifecycle management (PLM), unreachable information is as expensive as excess inventory lying in a warehouse. That’s why ITT Industries, a multibillion-dollar manufacturing enterprise, needed desperately to reach its goal of a single source of data for everyone, everywhere. Unfortunately, the transition would require overcoming serious resistance and cultural issues. Find out how they did it. Read More

xTupleCon 2014—Why Open Source ERP?


Award winning open source ERP vendor xTuple recently held its user conference—xTupleCon 2014—in its home town of Norfolk, VA. Educational sessions covered not just the xTuple products but also GitHub, common EDI challenges, tools to increase sales, and more. TEC's Ted Rohm takes a look at xTuple's development, open source philosophy, products, and plans for 2015, plus what feature Norfolk Forum speaker Steve Wozniak had to say on the future of computing.

open source tracking  2014—Why Open Source ERP? xTuple, an award winning open source ERP vendor, recently held its user conference—xTupleCon 2014—in its home town of Norfolk, VA. xTuple’s mission is stated simply: “To help companies of all sizes successfully implement powerful and easy-to-use open source ERP software, to grow their business profitably.” The conference brought together a global community of open source technologists and ERP users to learn, collaborate, and innovate. There were a number of Read More

Compiere Announcement on its Web-Oriented Open Source ERP


I just saw this announcement about Compiere's 11 new demos. The company is offering a sneak peek of its next generation Web-architecture. While watching the first demo, I notice it really stresses ease-of-use in the interface. Whether others agree that it's easy to use or not, I don't know but, but it is interesting that Compiere publicly asked for feedback in its public forum on the subject. A

open source tracking  Announcement on its Web-Oriented Open Source ERP I just saw this announcement about Compiere ''s 11 new demos. The company is offering a sneak peek of its next generation Web-architecture. While watching the first demo, I notice it really stresses ease-of-use in the interface. Whether others agree that it''s easy to use or not, I don''t know but, but it is interesting that Compiere publicly asked for feedback in its public forum on the subject. A few days ago I posted about some debates taking place on the Read More