62 Open Source Replacements for Popular Financial Software: Page 4

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

Replaces Quicken, Mint.com

This Java-based personal finance system features double-entry accounting, account reconciliation, PDF report generation, auto-completion, recurring payments, multiple currency support and more. It aims to be easy to use, accurate and flexible. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

51. KMyMoney

Replaces Quicken, Mint.com

Designed for the KDE desktop, KMyMoney attempts to duplicate most of the features you would find in commercial finance software, like Quicken. It's extremely easy to use and offers an extensive list of capabilities. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

52. Money Manager Ex

Replaces Quicken, Mint.com

Money Manager Ex (a.k.a. MMEX) offers a simple, user-friendly interface that includes "all the basic features that 90% of users would want to see in a personal finance application." Key capabilities include AES encryption support, budgeting, depreciation tracking, reminders, one-click reporting, cash flow forecasting and more. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

53. Yapbam

Replaces Quicken, Mint.com

Short for "yet another bank account manager," Yapbam is a Java-based, portable personal finance manager. It now integrates with Dropbox, making it easy to sync your financial information if you use multiple devices. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

Professional Services Automation (PSA)

54. allocPSA

Replaces NetSuite OpenAir, Projector PSA, Q360

PSA software is similar to ERP software, but designed to meet the needs of services businesses, like consultants, IT outsourcers, marketing agencies, engineering firms, etc. This app includes help-desk, sales, time-sheeting, CRM, project tracking and other features, and it comes in the open source version or a fee-based SaaS version. Operating System: OS Independent

Point-of-Sale (POS)

55. Floreant POS

Replaces QuickBooks Point-of-sale, AccuPOS

Designed to meet the unique needs of restaurants, this POS system includes the Denny's chain among its users. Paid support is available. Operating System: OS Independent

56. LemonPOS

Replaces QuickBooks Point-of-sale, AccuPOS

Based on MySQL, LemonPOS offers multi-user POS capabilities for very small, small and medium-sized businesses. It boasts strong security, and it supports most bar code scanners and receipt printers. Operating System: Linux

57. POSper

Replaces QuickBooks Point-of-sale, AccuPOS

A good option for small businesses and restaurants, POSper integrates with touchscreens and includes a sizeable list of features. The website includes a helpful demo of the app's backoffice operations. Operating System: OS Independent

58. uniCenta

Replaces QuickBooks Point-of-sale, AccuPOS

Downloaded more than 75,000 times in just two years, this commercial-grade POS system was branched from Openbravo's POS. Paid support is coming soon, but wasn't available yet at the time of writing. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X


59. Gnumeric

Replaces Microsoft Excel, Lotus 1-2-3

Built for the GNOME desktop, Gnumeric can import files from Excel and other spreadsheet applications. It offers a whopping 596 different functions, including 204 that aren't included in competing software. Operating System: Windows, Linux

60. Calligra Sheets

Replaces Microsoft Excel, Lotus 1-2-3

Sheets is part of the Calligra office suite, which is based on the older KDE KOffice suite. It offers most common spreadsheet capabilities, "but in a much more responsive application." Operating System: Windows, Linux

61. LibreOffice Calc

Replaces Microsoft Excel, Lotus 1-2-3

Calc, the spreadsheet program in LibreOffice, easily imports data from other spreadsheet or database and performs all of the calculations you would expect. It's based on the Calc program in OpenOffice.org (see below), with some slight improvements. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

62. OpenOffice.org Calc

Replaces Microsoft Excel, Lotus 1-2-3

This version of Calc is part of Apache's OpenOffice.org suite. It offers an intuitive interface and advanced features like wizards, data pilot technology, the intelligent sum button, natural language formulas, a scenario manager and more. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X

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