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xTuple News Coverage

December 9, 2015

By Drew Robb — The supply chain is getting a lot smarter, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). This added intelligence results in lower costs and added efficiency for companies like General Motors and Whirlpool.

Passive sensors in the supply chain are being replaced with more...

December 8, 2015

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...

November 13, 2015

By Alan Pelz-Sharpe

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...

October 8, 2015

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...

September 16, 2015

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,...

August 5, 2015

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...

January 27, 2015

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...

November 10, 2014

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...

October 25, 2014

By Daniel Pocock, Software Engineer

In 2013, Debian participated in both rounds of the GNOME Outreach Program for Women (OPW). The first round was run in conjunction with GSoC and the second round was a standalone program. The publicity around these programs and the strength of the...

October 24, 2014

By Ted Rohm

xTuple, an award winning open source ERP vendor, recently held its user conference — xTupleCon 2014 — in its home town of Norfolk, VA. xTuple’s mission is stated simply: “To help companies of all sizes successfully implement powerful and easy-to-use open source ERP software,...

October 17, 2014

By Reynolds Hutchins

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak regaled a crowded Chrysler Hall last Tuesday, recounting stories of his rise to fame from high school outcast to celebrated inventor.

October 15, 2014

By Reynolds Hutchins

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak was the headliner at the Norfolk Forum Tuesday night, where he also served as the opening act for xTupleCon 2014, the international open source ERP conference held by the eponymous Norfolk-based enterprise software company.

October 13, 2014

xTuple — affordable software designed for wholesale plumbing distributors. Priced for distributors of all sizes. xTuple runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, mobile devices or in the cloud. Features include robust accounting with fully integrated CRM, Sales Order/Quote Entry interface to Vendor Catalogs...

October 6, 2014

by Tara Bozick

Ned Lilly wanted his company's next conference to be twice as big as the first. He didn't anticipate that a "wonderful happy coincidence" would also mean giving xTupleCon attendees a night with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

October 5, 2014

By Tara Bozick

“How could Hampton Roads attract more tech talent?” I recently asked Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple. “What do you have to have to become a tech hot spot like Austin or San Francisco?

September 29, 2014

by Fred Blauer

While many of these application projects have been around for years, they have not been sitting still. They've been creating mobile-friendly front ends, adding POS (point of sale) capabilities, providing integrations with other systems, and invariably, expanding the...

August 21, 2014

By David Gordon

ERP companies are integral to the success of electrical distributors as they control, or impact (in no particular order) order processing, inventory, pricing, supply chain issues (EDI, VMI, SPAs), delivery (and routing), accounting / finance, purchasing, credit, invoicing...

May 1, 2014

By Ken Stier and D. Douglas Graham

Amazon has changed the world, certainly the world of selling. First in retail, where its main site now hosts more than 250 million products, and more recently through the launch of Amazon Supply, which offeres a swelling inventory of 1.4 million...

April 5, 2014

By David Temple

It doesn’t matter in what hall of Moscone Center Macworld / iWorld is held, It doesn’t matter when it starts and ends or whether it’s big or small, there are always some exhibitors and products that catch us off guard. For the most part, we know what’s in store for us...

April 1, 2014

By Drew Robb

Don't sabotage your ERP implementation even before you begin. Avoid these five mistakes that can wreck ERP projects. When it comes to selecting, implementing and running ERP, there are countless ways to get it wrong. Here are a few of the most common ERP mistakes and — more...