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Some History of Open Source ERP[edit]

This is a lesson part of the module ERP Application Setup out of the Open Source ERP/Executive Masters course conducted by a private university.

Topics[edit]

  • Though Open Source has been around for some time, an ERP Application of high quality that is Open Source is a recent phenomena.
  • Compiere is the first such application to hit SourceForge in 2000. In 2006 it got funded and introduced a commercial approach that resulted in the community forking a new project called ADempiere.
  • Though these projects began to grow along their own paths, Compiere[1] has established a firm base of what ERP can be in Open Source.

Discussion[edit]

  • Find out more about the history from ADempiere's wiki.[2]
  • Find out what new features or functionalities that each project has brought about lately. Also look at another Compiere's fork which is Open Bravo[3].
  • What is new in this area?

Activities[edit]

  • Publish your works in an attractive manner in your user page, stating your own views and findings providing links to your sources. Use the talk page here to score marks.
  • Create or edit sub-pages of course materials within wikiversity.
  • Discuss in the forum (link shall be provided) by offering your ideas and answering or comment on others' postings.

References[edit]

  1. http://www.compiere.com
  2. http://www.adempiere.com/wiki/index.php/What_does_ADempiere_mean
  3. http://www.openbravo.com

Links to Student Notes[edit]

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Sub-Pages[edit]

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