Stansoft, Linux based accounting applications targeted at petroleum marketers. While the system is tailored for petroleum distribution and convenience store operators with the Fuel Management and Retail Sales modules, it can be used as a general accounting program for any industry. Full support and software customization is available. It is developed with IBM Informix 4GL around a relational database management system, giving you a system that is simple, flexible, and productive. Its user interface is purely text-based to optimize data entry efficiency.
MyBookkeepingManager is a bookkeeping application aimed at contractors, freelancers, and other very small (micro) businesses. MyBookkeepingManager concentrates on the main bookkeeping activities performed by many such businesses, providing a simple, easy-to-use, software application. The software can be either used online, or it can be downloaded and installed on a Web server of your choice. MyBookkeepingManager enables monthly sales, loans, salaries, income tax, national insurance (both employees and employers), pension contributions, bank interest, bank charges, office or desk rental, and plenty of other expense amounts to be entered. The software then automatically calculates the amount of VAT owed (if you are using the VAT Flat Rate Scheme), and estimates the size of dividends that can be distributed to shareholders and the amount of corporation (business) tax due.
The RepairsLab system allows you to manage the entry and exit of equipment repair in a small workshop for repairs or service center. The application allows the printing of a "Repairs sheet" for each device and manages the state of repair. Inside the Repairs ticket, you can enter the features of the delivered and the state of repair. The system provides management of different master data for definition of states of repair, customers, types of equipment, trademarks, and models. You can print a paper "Repairs sheet" in duplicate to store paper and as a delivery receipt for the customer.
AcSys is a Web-based, multiuser accounting system. It support journal entry and reports such as profit-loss, balance sheet, and general ledger. Backing up and restoring the system are supported. It is designed to be easy to learn and use. It is best suited for companies ranging in size from small companies to mid-market companies.
Skrooge is a personal finances manager powered by KDE. It allows you to keep track of your expenses and income, categorize them, and build reports. You can also manage your investments and see how they perform over time. Multiple accounts are supported. Some of the features included are advanced graphical reports, tabs that help you to organize your work, infinite undo/redo (even after the file was closed), instant filtering on operations and reports, infinite category levels, mass update operations, scheduled operations, tracking of refunds, automatic processing based on search conditions, and support for multiple currencies.
FreeDebks (Free Double Entry Bookkeeping System) is simple double entry accounting software. It stores data in an XML format. FreeDebks has a simple and intuitive GUI. It provides a totally customizable chart of accounts, so each user will reach their needs. It also provides features to help the user write entries and close the accounting. FreeDebks is not an ERP. With FreeDebks, you can only do accounting. It targets people with at least basic accounting skills who want to keep books for themselves or an association or a small company.
ChurchFunds is easy to use software for creating accounts for fund-based organizations such as churches. It handles check writing, contributions, and payroll. The Linux version generates postscript reports. Only the Linux, free Pascal version is GPL. The Windows version is just free software.
File2Radius is a daemonized script that tails a CDR accounting log file and generates RADIUS accounting records on the wire from it in real time. It was designed to be used with the Broadsoft soft switch, but could be adapted for other sources of CDR data. It supports sending to a primary and backup RADIUS server and automatically follows log files as they are rotated. The script assumes that you are performing duplicate checking on the RADIUS server backend. It supports the loading of bulk archive data with 'fake' source IPs.