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xTuple Launches Web Portal

Commercial open-source accounting, enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software provider xTuple has introduced the xTuple Web Portal, which enables users’ Web sites to work directly with customers, suppliers and other business partners. Read More...

xTuple releases the latest version of the company’s flagship product

xTuple, a provider of commercial open source business management software for small to medium-size businesses, announced the release of the latest version of the company’s flagship product and the expansion of the xTuple Cloud service. Read More...

Open source ERP 'most active' SourceForge project

Two open-source ERP suites, xTuple and ADempiere, were listed as the two "most active" projects Wednesday on SourceForge, which bills itself as the world's largest Web site for open-source software development. Projects WebERP and OpenBravo also made the top 20.

XTuple probably has about 500 active participants in its open-source community, and roughly 25,000 people "who have raised their hand somewhere along the line," said xTuple CEO Ned Lilly. There have been nearly 400,000 downloads of xTuple software, he added. Read More...

xTuple ERP 3.5 Adds Cloud Computing, Drop Ship, and Time Entry

xTuple, the leader in Mac and open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), today announced the general availability of version 3.5 of its namesake product. This latest version saves employee time and cuts costs by automating many routine tasks that are often performed manually, or by expensive external systems. Read More...

xTuple Teams with Crossroads Public Relations

xTuple has selected Crossroads Public Relations to expand their national and global footprint and reach their key audiences including analysts, journalists, bloggers and other influencers. Read More...

xTuple Announces Unsurpassed 2009 Growth

Open Source ERP provider gains over 100 new commercial customers, doubles its partner base, accelerates community growth. xTuple, the leader in open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, today announced it has closed a very successful 2009 despite tough market conditions. In addition to doubling both its customer and partner base, the company experienced a dramatic acceleration of its global user community to over 20,000 active members. Read More...

xTuple Recognizes Open Source ERP Partner in Atlanta, GA

OpenSurge Group sought out an open source solution that would enable the small and midsize business to have all the functionality of big name ERP solutions at a fraction of the cost and one capable of running on Apple Mac OS X. Using those two criteria OpenSurge sought out and found xTuple ERP to be the best in class ERP solution for the small and midsize business.
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Update for Open Source ERP Solution Adds DRP, Improved International Tax Management

San Francisco — August 14, 2009 — Software provider xTuple has release the latest version of its flagship open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, introducing improved international tax management among 100-plus updates to the offering. Read More...

xTuple Unveils Powerful New ERP Features in xTuple 3.3

SAN FRANCISCO, CA and NORFOLK, VA – August 12, 2009 - xTuple, the leader in open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, today announced the release of xTuple ERP 3.3, showcasing a robust international tax management system and over 100 new product enhancements. The new release is the culmination of seven months of collaborative development between xTuple, its customers and partners, and open source users and contributors in dozens of countries around the world. Read More...

Open-source software can close functional gaps

Creamer Metal Products, a manufacturer and distributor of material-handling equipment for the grain industry in the agricultural community, selected an open-source ERP system from xTuple to accommodate the ups and downs of the business cycle.

During the ethanol boom at the end of 2006, Creamer Metal saw demand for its products skyrocket, and management realized the company needed a "heavy lifting" business application that extended beyond the QuickBooks system it was using, says Wes Jacobs, general manager, Creamer Metal Products. At the same time, the company did not want to invest time, money, or other resources in a large ERP package that could not be scaled down when the rapid influx of slowed down. Read More...

Update for Open Source ERP Solution Adds DRP, Improved International Tax Management

San Francisco — August 14, 2009 — Software provider xTuple has release the latest version of its flagship open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, introducing improved international tax management among 100-plus updates to the offering.
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