Purchase Order Manager is a Web-based program that enables companies to automate the process of purchasing. It supports multiple departments, suppliers, and users, and it manages all your purchasing needs. Each employee can login, view their departments budgets, then send a purchase order to the accounting department. Then the accounting department can review/approve the order and the system will automatically inform the user about its progress.
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.
JFire is an ERP, CRM, eBusiness, and SCM/SRM solution for business enterprises. It uses J2EE, JDO, and Eclipse RCP, and is designed to be highly customizable. It is a complete and extensible solution that fulfills business needs like user management, online trade with business partners, points of sale, various distribution channels forming a distribution network, store management, etc.
AssetsSoSimple is a Web-based asset and purchasing management system. It was built in an easily extensible manner with modules for requests for quotes and purchase orders (including PDF-enabled preview) and timesheets with support for importing from other databases or manual entry.
Famflows is a program which tracks "flows" of energy and materials inside a household. It has an alternative approach from double entry accounting systems. In those systems (like gnucash or jgnash), the transactions are balanced in numeric value. In famflows, instead, the transactions are balanced in the conversion, but not in the numeric value.