Apache OFBiz – suite of business applications

The Apache Open For Business Project (Apache OFBiz) is an open source enterprise software framework.

It is a suite of enterprise applications built on a common architecture using common data, logic and process components. The loosely coupled nature of the applications makes these components easy to understand, extend and customize.

This mature suite of enterprise applications helps to integrate and automate many business processes.

Features include:

  • Advanced e-commerce.
  • Catalog management.
  • Promotion & pricing management.
  • Order management (sales & purchase).
  • Customer management (part of general party management).
  • Warehouse management.
  • Fulfillment (auto stock moves, batched pick, pack & ship).
  • Accounting (invoice, payment & billing accounts, fixed assets).
  • Manufacturing management.
  • General work effort management (events, tasks, projects, requests, etc).
  • Content management (for product content, web sites, general content, blogging, forums, etc).
  • Maturing Point Of Sales (POS) module using XUI as a rich client interface.

Website: ofbiz.apache.org
Support: Wiki
Developer: Openbravo S.L.
License: GNU GPL v2

Apache OFBiz

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