• From BOMP to SaaS and Beyond: 1980s (Part 5 of 9)

    From BOMP to SaaS and Beyond: 1980s (Part 5 of 9)

    This is Part 5 of a 9 Part Series on the History of ERP. 1980s: MRP II and the Personal Computer By the 1980s MRP was becoming increasingly popular due to lower computer costs and improvement in programming tools and databases. In fact, many early software developers were integrating MRP with other business functions including

  • GoDaddy | GoDaddy Bookkeeping (formerly Outright)

    GoDaddy | GoDaddy Bookkeeping (formerly Outright)

    Founded in 2008, Outright was an independent developer of cloud-based, entry-level accounting software. The company was acquired by website domain registrar and website hosting company GoDaddy in 2012. At the time of the acquisition Outright had  200,000 users compared to over 10 million companies working with GoDaddy providing them with an incredible reach into the

  • IRIS | KashFlow

    IRIS | KashFlow

    KashFlow is not well known in North America but it is a very popular entry-level accounting application in the rest of the English-speaking world. The company is based in London, England and was founded in 1998 but didn’t take off until 2005 with the launch of KashFlow (which was almost launched under the brand name

  • Saasu | Saasu Accounting

    Saasu | Saasu Accounting

    Saasu is a cloud-based entry-level accounting application founded in 2000 by Mar Lehmann and Grant Young in Australia. The product was launched in 2007 and has grown steadily through the years to become a nice option for smaller businesses. Saasu has a lot of functionality not available in many of the other cloud-based accounting applications

  • Less Accounting

    Less Accounting

    Less Accounting is the self-proclaimed “Accounting Software for Business Owners Who Dislike Bookkeeping.” The application is basic providing general bookkeeping features including invoicing, expense tracking, and very basic financial reporting. It has limited project management features and no functionality for inventory or manufacturing. They seem to target professional services firms including photographers, web and software

  • GNU | GnuCash

    GNU | GnuCash

    GnuCash is personal and small-business financial-accounting software, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. GNU is one of many free operating systems available in the open source software market. It is an open source application meaning that anyone can download and develop the software

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