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xTuple Response to POODLE vulnerability

Authorize.netEarly this month, a new Internet-wide security vulnerability known as POODLE surfaced. This vulnerability affects the SSLv3 protocol. Although SSLv3 is rarely used in communications between the most up-to-date applications, it presents a security concern for people whose systems are not updated to the latest versions. Read more »

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Open Source ERP xTuple: Growing with Help from its Friends

Guest blog post by Cindy Jutras, president of Mint Jutras, a widely recognized expert in analyzing the impact of enterprise applications on business performance.

Recently I had the opportunity to present one of the keynotes at xTupleCon 2014, xTuple’s second annual user conference. After last year’s inaugural event I posted a recap, referring to xTuple itself, an open source ERP solution provider, as A Small Company with a Big Reach. If you are (still) not familiar with xTuple, and/or are (still) not aware of the premise behind open source, you might want to  Read more »

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xTupleCon materials coming soon - plus Woz pix!

Thanks to everyone who made xTupleCon 2014 such a fantastic event! We'll be putting together all the conference materials in a special area of the website accessible to attendees only - give us a couple days to finish collating everything, and watch this space for the link once it's ready. Read more »

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Fixed Asset Maintenance Updated

The Fixed Asset Maintenance extension package has been updated to resolve some outstanding issues and make several improvements based on customer feedback.  The new version is available on the xChange or if you have purchased this package earlier, it will be available for download in the Commercial Software section of xTuple.org.

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haxTuple 2014 - new faces, it's on!

<-- UPDATE!!  Can anybody catch Keith ??

I'm posting with news on haxTuple 2014, our hackathon/bug derby that covers community-contributed fixes to both the xTuple Desktop client everyone knows, and the new Mobile Web client.

That lovely orange leaderboard on the left side of the xTuple.org website tells the story.  Sprinkled in among the valiant efforts of our own xTuple staff, there are a handful of other folks making an impact on this contest.

Our leader, as of September 25, is Keith Rauseo, IT manager at a very successful xTuple commercial customer with operations in the US and Canada.  

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Give us two days, we'll give you ROI at xTupleCon14

Just announced: Open Source xTuple ERP enhances User Experience for Global Conference

Publishes xTupleCon14 mobile app, extends registration, and adds new specialized developer workshop

xTuple - Master Your Supply Chain - Grow Your World - xTupleCon14

NORFOLK, VA - September 17, 2014 – With the addition of new event features, xTuple announced today the extension of open registration to October 3, 2014, for the Software Company’s global user conference. Featuring an opening keynote and reception with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and dozens of value-packed sessions in business, operations and technical tracks, the conference is attracting participants from around the world. The conference center’s discounted hotel room block still closes Friday, September 19.

Past attendees to xTupleCon are enthusiastic about the depth and breadth of valuable business content available.

“My attendance at xTupleCon more than paid for itself with one session.  Read more »

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Join Us for the Greater Toronto Area Business Showcase

O, Canada!Canada has always been a great market for xTuple, where we are proud to support our many users and dedicated partners. Now, more than ever, there is increased demand for a full-featured, integrated ERP solution that's customizable, flexible and affordable. xTuple has been modified to meet the requirements of Canadian tax regulations, and for our friends in Quebec, xTuple is nearly 100% translated into Canadian French.

Demand has reached a tipping point throughout Canada and the U.S., as other software vendors, particularly Sage, have announced the retirement of several once popular solutions.

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Back to school - xTuple University is now open

xTuple UniversityxTuple has long enjoyed a reputation as being extremely responsive to our community when it comes to improving product quality, as evidenced by our third prize-filled haxTuple bug-squashing competition. Or the fact that our developers lead the world among open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects in resolving reported bugs, with a close rate of over 94%, according to statistics collected.

We are also listening to your requests with regard to training. The future of training, especially technology-focused, is online, self-guided, and video-based. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of xTuple University — an online learning center for the xTuple community. As I mentioned in our kick-off webinar Read more »

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haxTuple is underway, see the leaderboard

haxTuple leaderboardJust 10 days into haxTuple now, and the competition is gaining momentum. We've posted a haxTuple leaderboard, separately tracking bug fixes and extensions to xTuple.

In the spirit of the competition, of course, the leaderboard *itself* is a haxTuple project, from the talented Linda Nichols. Keep following along to see who's going to come out on top! xTuple employees, of course, are ineligible for prizes, despite our tireless toils. xTuple partners worldwide ARE eligible, as well as anyone else in the global open source community.

Lots of exciting activity around building extensions this year, although some have not posted their projects to the leaderboard as yet. Read about a Brazilian open source developer's work here.

Reminder: Prizes include  Read more »

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WebRTC in CRM, ERP solutions at xTupleCon 2014

WebRTCIn October this year, I'll be visiting the US and Canada for some conferences and a wedding. The first event will be xTupleCon 2014 in Norfolk, Virginia. xTuple makes the popular open source accounting and CRM suite PostBooks. The event kicks off with a keynote from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak on the evening of October 14. On October 16, I'll be making a presentation about how JSCommunicator makes it easy to add click-to-call real-time communications (RTC) to any other web-based product without requiring any browser plugins or third party softphones. Read more »