BANAL is a bookkeeping system that allows you to create and track invoices,
clients, projects, TODOs, bank accounts and expenses. BANAL is a
client/server application so you can keep one set of books on your system
while allowing everyone access.
FreeMoney is a integrated small business double-entry accounting system for
Linux using PostgreSQL. To facilitate maximum code reuse, customizability
and extensibility, FreeMoney is modularly designed using the object-oriented
facilities of Perl5.
FreeMoney supports the accounting requirements of both services and
resellers with the following business capabilities:
A wide range of selectable user preferences make FreeMoney a suitable
accounting choice for many different kinds of businesses in many different
Linux-Kontor is a project for the development of a free business management
software suite. Core components of this suite are Commodities, Bookkeeping,
Accountancy and Inventory Management modules. Platform-independence,
Internet capabilities, and scalability are three requirements. In order to
fulfill these requirements, the developers have decided to use Java and a
three-tier client-server architecture.
- general ledger
- accounts receivable
- accounts payable
- order entry
© 1999 by Stefan Hornburg
Last modified 03. June 1999