This is the PHP Mysql Accounting & Bookkeeping software we have been writing for our current operating business. We are currently using a much updated version and as time permits we will add the modified code to this website.
MyPhpMoney is a multilingual Financial online management system that uses php in an OO context and MySQL to manage bank accounts. Features of this release: automatic install and backup of database, friendly error handling, multiple user accounts, stable code, interface fully customisable (PHPLIB is used for the template system), the database layer and the session handling.
saCASH is a web-based financial package, similiar to Quicken(tm). It includes a set of php3 dynamic webpages, and tested with PostgreSQL and MySQL. Key features include: Keep multiple accounts, Reconcile functions, Add/delete entries and accounts, Basic reporting on categories, and Single entry of account transfers.
Track and approve expenses for your workforce with free web-based expense report software. Users can log in and create expense reports and then add expense items. Admin user can log in and approve items, or leave comments in the report. An email can be sent to the user when an expense item is approved or not approved. Easy to configure, add users, categories, and setup the email text all in the admin control panel. Uses PHP and MySQL.
A web based customer database application that uses PHP and a database backend (currently MySQL) to keep track of customer information, services, products, billing, and customer service information. The program will be able to run on any PHP-enabled web server.
Dolibarr ERP/CRM is a software built by modules addition (you enable only features you need), to manage small or medium companies, freelancers or foundations. We can say Dolibarr is an ERP or CRM (or both depending on activated modules). It's an OpenSource project base on a WAMP, MAMP or LAMP server (Apache, Mysql, PHP for all Operating Systems). Dolibarr differs from other ERP or CRM softwares (like OpenAguila, OpenBravo, OpenERP, Neogia, Compiere, etc) because everything was made to be more simple: * Simple to install * Simple to use * Simple to develop