It's annual holiday party time at xTuple, and this year the "Ugly Sweater" award goes to CEO Ned Lilly (even though it was technically a vest, and a handsome one at that)! The Ugly Sweater contest dovetailed nicely with a fun product innovation from xTuple customer Brand Castle. Their famous "Grandma's Ugly Christmas sweaters" are a cookie-maker's delight and a popular choice for this holiday season! Ned's daughters made the cookies and decorated them just in time for the xTuple holiday party!
By Daniel Pocock
There are a diverse range of free software solutions for accounting. Personally, I have been tracking my personal and business accounts using a double-entry accounting system since I started doing freelance work about the same time I started university. Once you become familiar with double-entry accounting (which doesn't require much more than basic arithmetic skills...
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xTuple open source ERP sows seeds of knowledge for food manufacturers and distributors
Norfolk, Va.-headquartered xTuple, the world's #1 open source ERP, today announced the first in a series of educational webinars designed specifically for the U.S. Food & Beverage industry. Spurred by a study conducted by WeiserMazars, a leading accounting, tax and advisory...
xTuple reimagines eCommerce as Real-time Sales & Customer Service Access for Small and Mid-Sized Business
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Test drive of xTuple open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software now includes integrated business-to-business (B2B) eCommerce
Effective immediately, xTupleCommerce — the xTuple ERP-integrated Web-based tool for automating sales and marketing interactions with prospects, customers, business partners, and more —...
Our bundle of joy started life as the "xTuple Web Portal.” It connected a website front-end to the ERP back-end. Then customers started asking us to add eCommerce/shopping cart functionality — for both B2B and B2C sales. After all, who doesn't want to sell more stuff online? But, it's so much more than that!
In a business applications world made up of giants, xTuple is a small open source ERP player. Though it may not have the brand power of an Oracle or SAP, the company's small size and open source foundations make it exceptionally nimble and able to innovate, which is something of an oddity in the ERP realm. Having built out its mobile credentials over the past few years, xTuple is now eyeing opportunities involving commerce applications.
By Raj Kumar Maurya
Are you fed-up of managing your new and existing customers’ data? Well, there are many open source tools available for free that can not only solve all your queries but also be modified as per your organization’s requirements.
xTuple CRM: It is MOBILE CRM which helps small- and mid-size companies manage and improve the myriad ways they...
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Independent wholesale distribution operations professionals get first look at integrated xTuple ERP and eCommerce
xTuple open source business management software introduces xTupleCommerce — to help distributors and their manufacturer partners sell more products online and better service customers — at the 2015 Annual...
North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing exposition welcomes Open Source xTuple
Manufacturing operations professionals get first look at integrated xTuple ERP and eCommerce
xTuple open source business management software introduces xTupleCommerce — to help manufacturers sell more products online and better service customers — at FABTECH 2015, known as one of North America’s primary...
Supply chain and operations management professionals get first look at integrated xTuple ERP and eCommerce
xTuple open source business management software introduces xTupleCommerce — for improved marketing and operational efficiencies in supply chain organizations — at...
By James R. Borck
xTuple named InfoWorld's top pick in open source business applications. ERP, CRM, HRM, CMS, BPM — they're the engines behind every modern business. Our top picks in the category include back- and front-office solutions, marketing automation, lightweight middleware, heavyweight middleware, and other tools for moving data around, mixing it...
Channel partners receive high praise for achievement in business development, technical expertise, product contributions, implementation success, and customer support and satisfaction
xTuple, a leader in technology-agnostic open source business management software, continues to develop...
By PJ Jakovljevic
“Ant-Man,” the newest member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has inspired version 4.9.0 of xTuple’s flagship open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. This version is a “smaller, faster, and better product,” and includes fixes for 164 bugs and 75 new features. This is the third product release to coincide with Marvel Comics movies, following the open...
State graduates 12 Virginia companies from two-year export business program
Open source business software leader xTuple graduated from the Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s (VEDP) Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) Program, along with other companies from across the...
xTuple 4.9.0 sees usability and performance improvements, expanded functionality, and bug-fixes
Business software leader xTuple is drawing inspiration from “Ant-Man,” the newest member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Version 4.9.0 of the company’s flagship Enterprise Resource...
xTuple ERP 4.9.0 Release Candidate is now available for download, and we're very excited to bring you this milestone. There's great progress to report on the exciting xTupleCommerce Web Portal one of the only truly real-time integrated ERP-and-eCommerce website offerings in the world.
Those of you able to join us for our xTupleCon user conference in October heard me proclaim that 2015 would be the "Year of the Customer." I'm sure more than a few people rolled their eyes. "Yeah, whatever. Sure, xTuple's a little different, but they're still a software vendor." Right? Well, here's where we start delivering on that promise.
In the summer of 2013, then-sophomore Ashby Crumpler found herself at an interview at xTuple, an open source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software company, specialized for manufacturers and distributors, in Norfolk, Va. Crumpler was trying to get a summer internship in the sales department when xTuple employee and JMU alumna Missy Schmidt decided that she would be better suited in the...
Open source ERP leader releases new Mobile Warehouse and Quality Management functionality, reaffirms commitment to Desktop app with major new features
xTuple, the world’s #1 open source ERP software, announced today a major new release of its award winning Enterprise Resource Planning suite and a community-focused product roadmap for the next several releases into...
By Paul Rubens
While the ERP market is dominated by software giants like SAP and Oracle, there are plenty of open source ERP options. Take a look at the ERP market and you'll find a landscape dominated by a handful of commercial products offered by well-known enterprise software vendors such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft and Sage.