SaaS Applications provides subscription access to a variety of best-of-breed web applications to support product development and business operations.

  • Managing product Bills of Materials (BOMs) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
  • Managing raw material supply chain and purchasing
  • Managing manufacturing builds and Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
  • Managing issues encountered during development and New Product Introduction (NPI) to ensure quality and support regulatory requirements and submissions
  • Managing and providing controlled access to electronic documents such as product requirements, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs, including quality procedures, work instructions and test procedures), test results, etc.
  • Managing leads, customers and marketing campaigns for Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Managing projects, tasks, and milestones, and reporting on progress to stakeholders

Services such as implementation consulting and user training services are also available. Please use the Contact Form to enquire further. 

Mantis is a leading open source issue tracking and general purpose quality management system. It was founded in 2000 to initially support software development, and has been actively developed since. The Mantis project is led by a volunteer team that includes its creator.

Moodle is a learning management system (LMS) used by hundreds of millions of learners worldwide, including internal use by leading organizations to support staff training. Moodle was first released in 2002 and the project is led and coordinated by Moodle HQ, an Australian company financially supported by a network of eighty-four Moodle Partner service companies worldwide.

Nextcloud is the most deployed on-premises open source file sharing and collaboration platform, with tens of millions of users at thousands of organizations across the globe. A rich web interface provides access to documents and apps, and a cross-platform local file system synchronization agent is also available. German Nextcloud GMBH created Nextcloud in 2016 by forking Owncloud (created in 2010 by the same founders) to continue pursuing their vision of open source decentralized and federated cloud software, and also provide commercial enterprise support.

ProjeQtOr is web-based portfolio project management software based on quality management principles. Popular project management paradigms are supported, including risk management, Kanban, work tickets, requirements management (with change management and test coverage), cost management, and Corrective and Preventative Actions (CAPA, aka FRACAS). ProjeQtOr is developed by, a French provider of project management services, and has been continually improved since initial release in 2009.

SeedDMS is an easy-to-use document management system for small and medium sized enterprises needing formal document control to meet internal and/or regulatory requirements. SeedDMS was founded in 2013 by German developer Uwe Steinmann by forking LetoCMS (founded in 2005 as MyDMS, which he had been supporting for several years). Uwe and German web development company MMK have provided commercial support for SeedDMS since 2010.

SuiteCRM is fully-featured customer relationship management (CRM) software. SuiteCRM was created in 2013 by Scottish project leader SalesAgility (a software consultancy concentrating on CRM solutions) by forking Sugar CRM (founded in 2004) to continue development and support of a fully open source CRM.

TimeTracker is a time tracking system for employees and team members for project management and invoicing. TimeTracker was created by Anuko, a Canadian IT services company and developer of personal productivity software applications, who also provide support.

Tryton is fully featured modular business and ERP software, and a framework for creating bespoke business software solutions. Belgian enterprise solutions provider B2CK founded Tryton in 2008 by forking Tiny ERP (founded in 2005) to continue development as completely open source. The Tryton Foundation provides leadership and legal entity for the project, and commercial support is available from project partners. Tiny ERP changed the software license and was renamed OpenERP,, and today is called Odoo.

WackoWiki is a fast, powerful, multi-lingual and extensible Wiki for creating collaborative documentation. WackoWiki was created in 2003 by forking WakkaWiki (an early Wiki engine noted for speed and extensibility) to continue providing support when development of WakkaWiki ended. The WackoWiki project is led by an active volunteer team.