ERPNext - cost-effective ERP solution
ERPNext is a free and open-source integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software developed by Frappé Technologies Pvt. Ltd. and is built on MariaDB database system using a Python based server-side framework.
There are a few packaged versions on Docker Hub already, so it should be just a matter of reading a dockerfile and massaging it into the standard Cloudron packaging format. :thinking:
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They have a official Docker Build but it seems not to be suitable for production as they quote:
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. Unfortunately, this container is not curently suited for a production environment (but we're working towards that goal!).
I would love to have ERPNext on Cloudron since EspoCRM just covers a couple use cases and Monica lacks crucial features like sync with CardDAV + it's development stagnates (mobile app, features they've been working on for ages).
jdaviescoates last edited by jdaviescoates
@jdaviescoates My new thread was locked for being a dupe so here's another vote for ERPNext.
@dcher I had looked into ERPNext 2-3 years ago. That project has come a long way! Looks so polished.
Some handy stuff on the parent/sister site too: https://frappe.io/
Demo link too, which for some odd reason isn't obvious how to get to with their on-site nav:
@girish The feature set is crazy for something that can run on a $20/mo VPS. I manage a commercial/industrial services business out of California and have replaced our proprietary accounting, dispatching, CRM and project management software with ERPNext. All of that cost around $1,000/mo
Here's a list of modules available:
- Asset management
- Customer relationship management (CRM)
- Human resource management (HRM)
- Point of sale (POS)
- Project management
- Sales management
- Warehouse management system
- Student Information system
- Hospital Information system
- Agriculture Management
- Nonprofit Organization
marcusquinn last edited by marcusquinn
@dcher Having reviewed this software and data-structure many times, I concur - it's a solid framework.
The UI isn't as feature-rich as Odoo and it lacks the community plug-ins - but it has a RAD environment for customising any of the data-structures. The demo doesn't give you access to that but it is very well thought out.
To be fair, most users wouldn't have any issues on a €6/month Hetzner instance. Maybe push to €12/month with Cloudron and a bunch of other apps.
Same question here - anything that we can do to help with this?