xTuple releases game-changing Mobile Web application
Fully interoperable Cloud CRM, 400+ other enhancements from world's #1 open source ERP.
Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) December 24, 2012
xTuple, makers of the world's #1 open source ERP software, announced the immediate availability of version 4.0 of the xTuple accounting, CRM and ERP suite. The release marks a milestone for the commercial open source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) vendor.
The classic xTuple Desktop client in 4.0 features over 400 new enhancements – including a new Social Desktop featuring integrated intra-company Instant Messaging, Cost Plus Pricing, Enhanced Job Costing and significant enhancements to Projects and Corporate/Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Version 4.0 also includes the first ever Mobile Web client, optimized for a multi-tenant Cloud hosting environment.
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The xTuple Mobile Web client is also fully interoperable with the xTuple Desktop client, which runs natively on Windows, Mac and Linux. Office-bound users can work with the familiar Desktop platform, while sales people can now manage and enrich their customer and prospect relationships from tablets or smartphones – on-the-go, anytime, anywhere.
Mike Rosemire, IT manager for xTuple customer Nordic Naturals and a beta tester for the Mobile Web client, reports, "I find the xTuple Mobile app to be extremely intuitive and easy to use. The app encompasses far more than merely the Web-ification of modules in an existing client. The app is the client portion of a sweeping technology transformation that spans the entire client, server and database spaces. The expanded range of supported devices for xTuple Mobile includes nearly all Web-enabled mobile devices and desktop computers. With the increasing use of mobile devices in business settings, this app is a welcome development. Moreover, with an increasingly dispersed workforce, a Web-based client such as xTuple Mobile unchains a user's location from the location where the xTuple database is hosted. As an added bonus, the xTuple Mobile technology platform has the potential to deliver higher performance to users than the previous technology platform did."
“With the 4 Series and the Mobile Web client, we are extending our position as the most customer-friendly, enterprise-grade open source ERP available,” said xTuple CEO Ned Lilly. “Our open source business practices and public cloud architecture give our customers the peace of mind that their data belongs to them, and if we don't meet their expectations, they can pack up and leave any time.”
Functionality in the core, free and open source xTuple Postbooks – which includes all of the Mobile CRM features in version 4.0 – is available for download from xTuple repositories on Github and Sourceforge. xTuple Standard and Manufacturing Editions, as well as the premium xTuple Enterprise, add more advanced functionality over the Postbooks core and are available under xTuple's commercial source code license. The xTuple Mobile Web is available under the same open source license as the Desktop client.
About xTuple, the world's #1 open source ERP
xTuple business management software gives growing companies control over operations and profitability. xTuple integrates all critical functional areas in one modular system: sales, accounting and operations – including customer and supplier management, inventory control, manufacturing and distribution – the powerful tools to Grow Your World®.
As a commercial open source company, xTuple works with a global community of tens of thousands of professional users. xTuple gives customers the ability to tailor solutions with multi-platform support for Windows, Mac, Linux and mobile as well as flexible licensing and pricing options. Connect with the company's open source community at http://www.xTuple.org, and join the innovation conversation at NextBusinessBlog.com.
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