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We are providing capacity building to local non-governmental organisations and would like to know whether you know of good freeware or open source accounting software with similar features as Pastel Accounting. I have looked at TurboCASH but would like to look at others.
From Namibia , Windhoek
HR Manager

Below are some free and open source accounting packages...

Adempiere — ERP Business Suite
Compiere — ERP solution automates accounting, supply chain, inventory and sales orders
ERP5 — Python and Zope based ERP
FriFinans — OpenSource finance application (offers, orders, invoices, products and more).
GnuCash — Double-entry book-keeping
Grisbi — Single-entry
HomeBank — for personal use
JGnash — Java-based, double-entry book-keeping
JQuantLib — Java-based Quantitative Finance API framework for financial instrument valuation and more...
JStock — Java-based, stock market software which supports multiple countries
KMyMoney — Double-entry book-keeping
Marketcetera — trading platform
Mifos — Microfinance Institution management software
n21 eBusiness Suite — web based ERP / CRM
OpenERP — ERP system
OpenXpert/Xpert — Fund accounting on Linux and Windows 98/XP
Quasar Accounting
QuickFIX/J — FIX protocol engine written in Java
SQL Ledger — Double-entry book-keeping
TurboCASH — Double-entry book-keeping for Windows

more info is available at List of free and open source software packages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


From India , Bangalore
IT Consultant
"Quasar Accounting" is no more available free :-( Anybody have the old version, and is ready, willing and able to share?
From India , Mumbai
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