62 Open Source Replacements for Popular Financial Software: Page 3

Open source financial software for personal financial management, small business accounting, enterprise resource planning and more.
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34. Phreedom

Replaces NetSuite , Epicor, Sage ERP

This project began life as the Phreebooks accounting suite, but grew into a full-fledged ERP solution with tools for tracking inventory, contacts, shipping and more. Paid support is available on a per-hour basis. Operating System: OS Independent

35. Plazma ERP + CRM

Replaces NetSuite , Epicor, Sage ERP

Another solution for SMBs, Plazma includes tools for tracking contacts and accounts, sales and projects, orders and invoices, marketing compaigns, phone calls, meetings and document management. The interface is basic but easy to use. Note that it requires a SQL database in order to run. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

36. Postbooks/xTuple ERP

Replaces NetSuite , Epicor, Sage ERP

xTuple claims to be the "worlds #1 open source ERP software." It comes in multiple versions that can run on-site or in the cloud; the PostBooks version is the one that's available as a free download with an open source license. Operating System: Windows, Linux, Unix, OS X

37. ]project-open[

Replaces NetSuite , Epicor, Sage ERP

More than 5,000 companies in 80 countries use this comprehensive enterprise project management tool. It includes modules for financial management, financial project controlling, project management, human resources, knowledge management, CRM and collaboration. Note that the full software is released under a mixed open source/commercial license. Operating System: OS Independent

38. SQL-Ledger

Replaces NetSuite , Epicor, Sage ERP

This Web-based ERP solution installs in just minutes and offers a very simple, intuitive interface. It also comes in an enterprise edition that includes technical and development support. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

39. webERP

Replaces NetSuite , Epicor, Sage ERP

Although it can be used by any type of company, webERP is particularly well suited for wholesale, distribution and manufacturing businesses. Commercial support is available through several partners, including some of the main developers working on the project. Operating System: OS Independent

Investment Tracking and Management

40. EclipseTrader

Replaces StockMarketEye, TradeTrakker

EclipseTrader includes real-time quotes, intraday and historical charts, financial news, analysis tools and integrated trading capabilities. Aimed at serious traders, it collects a wealth of information in a single location. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

41. iTrade

Replaces StockMarketEye, TradeTrakker

This app tracks market activity and your portfolio, gets quotes, draws charts, sends alerts and allows you to make some trades. It includes support for international markets, multiple currencies and multiple languages. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

42. JStock

Replaces StockMarketEye, Personal Stock Monitor, TradeTrakker

This Java-based app includes a stock watchlist, portfolio management tools, alerts, filtering, charting, currency exchange and more. It also includes optional cloud storage, and an Android version is in the works. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

43. Premium Markets

Replaces StockMarketEye, TradeTrakker

This investment tracking tool focuses on analysis and trend forecasting. It also offers portfolio management and data charting capabilities. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

Microfinance

44. Mifos

Replaces Loan Performer, Temeno Microfinance & Community Banking

Mifos aims to help microfinance institutions do a better job of providing loans to poor people around the world. It's a web-based management information system (MIS) that includes "portfolio and transaction management, on-the-fly financial product creation, in-depth client management, integrated social performance measurement, and a reporting engine." Operating System: OS Independent

45. Octopus

Replaces Loan Performer, Temeno Microfinance & Community Banking

Octopus describes itself as a "next-generation" MIS for microfinance lenders. It comes in Community (free), Professional (paid) and Online (paid) versions. Operating System: Windows

Personal Financial Management

46. Buddi

Replaces Quicken, Mint.com

The “personal budget software for the rest of us,” Buddi aims to help people with very little financial knowledge track their personal finances. It's not as advanced as Quicken, but it is extremely easy to use. Operating System: OS Independent

47. Grisbi

Replaces Quicken Home and Business

This option can track finances for a small or home-based business in addition to personal finances. At the time of writing, the home page was under construction, but the software download is still available through SourceForge. Operating System: Windows, Linux

48. dsBudget

Replaces Quicken Home and Business

This bare-bones budgeting application helps answer the question, "Where did my money go?" You can install on your local system, on a USB stick or on Dropbox. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

49. HomeBank

Replaces Quicken, Mint.com

HomeBank offers "free, easy, personal accounting for everyone." The project has been around for eighteen years and includes features like import/export from other financial software, duplicate detection, transactions, budgeting, reports and much more. Operating System: Windows, Linux


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