The SupStar Job Card Management system manages the workshop jobs, technicians, and other details of a multi-branch computer sales or technical company. Its features include per technician reports, graphs on jobs and queue views, branched total reports, a calendar for call-out jobs, email and SMS notification to clients and staff, high security, and a full admin section.
The Trinisys Data Entry System is a complete solution that enables companies to rapidly enter data from document images. The system features On-Image Entry(TM), a technology that merges image viewing and data entry into a single, seamless user interface. It also features an intuitive Template Editor that allows new documents to be rapidly authored and deployed. The Data Entry Server, a J2EE application, publishes the entered data directly to your existing data store. The Data Entry Server can be deployed on UNIX (Solaris, AIX, HP, etc.), Microsoft Windows, and Linux, and supports a variety of databases including Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, and MySQL.
OpenCartable is an online tool for teachers and their students organized around textbooks and bibliographies of links to Web sites or uploaded files. The "todo" links (or resources) can be affected as works that the student answers and the teacher corrects and marks. The focus is on simplicity, with students only using three pages: their desk, textbooks, and works. Users are grouped in a school, and teachers manage their students through groups. The contents are written as standard DocBook files plus a LOM (Learning Object Metadata) schema that can be shared among OpenCartable servers using simple tools like rsync.
ProjectCoordinator is a Web-based collaborative workspace for project and workgroup management. It features effective information handling, and allows you to share a common document archive and quickly create a knowledge bank for the workgroup or project. It facilitates work according to a common project plan. It allows you to access the same meeting calendar and to share project news, developments, and results. The service can be used as an ASP-service, or a license can be acquired to run the software at the customer's preferred server location.
Kimdaba2Mysql is a small Python script that does two things: it inserts your kimdaba metadata into a relational database (only MySQL at the moment), and makes it possible to show the contents of that database in the form of a Web front end to anyone with a Web browser. Because it's build on top of quixote, it should be possible to use all quixote-supported interfaces (cgi, fcgi, scgi, and mod_python) to your Web server.
Nabu is a simple framework that extracts chunks of various types of information from documents written in simple text files (written with reStructuredText conventions, parsed with docutils) and that stores this information (including the document) in a remote database for later retrieval. The processing and extraction of the document is handled on a server, and there is a small and simple client that is used to push the files to the server for processing and storage. The client requires only Python to work. The presentation layer is left unspecified: you can use whichever Web application framework you like.