Expense Report Software allows administrators to track and approve expenses for their workforce. Users can log in and create expense reports and then add expense items. Admin users can then log in and approve items, or leave comments in the report. An email can be sent to the user when an expense item is approved or not approved.
Skrooge is a personal finances manager powered by KDE. It allows you to keep track of your expenses and income, categorize them, and build reports. You can also manage your investments and see how they perform over time. Multiple accounts are supported. Some of the features included are advanced graphical reports, tabs that help you to organize your work, infinite undo/redo (even after the file was closed), instant filtering on operations and reports, infinite category levels, mass update operations, scheduled operations, tracking of refunds, automatic processing based on search conditions, and support for multiple currencies.
QOF (Query Object Framework), provides a set of C Language utilities for performing generic structured complex queries on a set of data held by a set of C/C++ objects. This framework is unique in that it does not require SQL or any database at all to perform the query. Thus, it allows programmers to add query support to their applications without having to hook into an SQL database.
AgileBill is a stand-alone, Web-based billing application that completely automates EBPP, subscription management, automated invoicing, recurring billing, account management, reporting, newsletters, and more. It also features optional modules for automating affiliate management, content protection and delivery, database mapping and syncing, Web hosting and domain provisioning, tickets (CRM), and more.
Essential Budget a personal finanance manager that fully supports creating and tracking a budget against actual expenses. With a high-quality, cross-platform, professional user interface, it simply performs all of the basic features expected of a personal finance manager, and aims to replace tools like Quicken(tm) for home finance management in the future.
BADGER finance is a Web-based personal financial management application. By default it is installed locally as a single-user single-logon application, but can also be installed on a remote server. It features multiple accounts, multiple currencies, freely categorizable transactions, a graphical statistical analysis module that allows you to see how much you spend in various categories over a period of time, a graphical forecasting module (How much can I spend per day if I want to have saved 1000 € by the end of the year?), and an Ajax interface. It comes with an easy to use installer for Windows.