Kraft is a KDE application for people who run a small business. It helps create and manage business communication documents like offers and invoices, and focuses on ease of use and high quality PDF output. Kraft is not a specialized in a certain trade or craft. Instead, it covers the practical issues of a small business and helps through easy-to-use yet powerful features to deal with most of the office jobs effectively.
KwaMoja is a system that helps you manage your business in a more efficient and profitable manner. It offers multi-currency sales orders, accounts receivable, purchase orders, and accounts payable, a tendering module, multiple inventory locations, unlimited price lists by customer and currency, standard and reversing journals, general ledger journals for all transactions in accounts receivable and payable, standard costing, user definable sales analysis reports, standard cost stock valuation and stock planning reports, a manufacturing module including work orders and MRP, a fixed asset register, a petty cash module, and serialized inventory and lot tracking.
Lazy8 Ledger is a very simple yet powerful accounting program designed for people who have experience in bookkeeping. It is a plugin for jEdit. You can enter any type of bookkeeping activity and break out the activities to any number of accounts. There are numerous standard reports that are the basis of accounting needs and then there are tools to make your own reports. Furthermore, it is Unicode-compatible in all respects.
Makecheque is a tool (written in Ruby) to print bank cheques, either using bank-supplied stationey, or blank check paper (in conjuntion with a MICR font and perhaps special laser toner). It is intended to be used as part of an interactive bookkeeping system. Makecheque quickly and easily prints large batches of checks based on textual format specifications given as standard input and emits ready-for-printer Postscript on standard output.