Dale uses and supports a currated selection of open source software applications that support engineering product development and enterprise management. Contact Dale to learn more.
Tryton is a three-tier modular business software platform and ERP system, including a web interface and native desktop clients (Windows, MAC OS and Linux). Tryton was forked in 2008 from OpenERP (founded in 2005 and now Odoo) by B2CK, a Belgian IT services company, to continue development using the GPL after OpenERP changed software licensing. Commercial support is provided by Tryton development partners, including B2CK and independent IT consultants.
SuiteCRM is a fully-featured customer relationship management application. SuiteCRM was forked in 2013 from the community edition of Sugar CRM (founded in 2004), when Sugar ended their support. Commercial support for SuiteCRM is provided by its project sponsor, SalesAgility, and an extensive community of independent development partners and IT consultants.
Mantis is a mature issue tracking and management system. Founded in 2000 to support software development, Mantis has matured to become an effective general purpose issue management system. Commercial support is available from an independent IT consultants.
ProjeQtOr is portfolio project management software with a focus on quality management. It was first released in 2009 with support for risk management planning, with new feature and maintenance releases several times per year since. Commercial support and training is provided by the project sponsor ProjeQtOr.net and independent IT consultants.
Nextcloud is the most deployed on-premises open source file share and collaboration platform for tens of millions of users at thousands of organizations across the globe. Nextcloud was forked in 2016 from ownCloud (founded in 2010) by an ownCloud founder and lead developer to pursue an alternate business direction. Commercial support is provided by Nextcloud GmbH and a number of independent IT consultants.
Moodle is an open source learning management system used by hundreds of millions of learners worldwide, including leading organizations who use Moodle internally to support staff training. Moodle was first released in 2002 continues to be actively developed. Commercial support and training is provided by a network of Certified Service Providers and independent IT consultants.
webERP is the original web-based open source ERP software for small business. Founded in 2001 in New Zealand by a chartered accountant, webERP is especially suitable for SMEs with lower performing servers and internet connections. Commercial support is provided by a community of development partners and independent consultants.
KiCad is a cross-platform and open source electronics design automation (EDA) suite, including schematic capture, PCB layout, SPICE simulation and related engineering calculation, 3D design rendering, and manufacturing file generation and viewing. KiCad was founded in 1992 and has matured into a viable alternative to commercial proprietary suites for almost any need. Support for KiCad is provided by the KiCad Services Corporation and independent engineering design consultants.
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