Teddix is an inventory system and asset management system. It collects hardware, software, and operating system information from machines running the Teddix agent. This allows system administrators to easily check, compare, and manage current and historical hardware and system information through a modern Web interface.
The Clacks Framework enables implementators to abstractly manage infrastructure entities, such as users, groups, machines and structure items. These are freely defineable and mappable to various backends like LDAP or MongoDB. Additionally it can handle joined clients, collect inventory data, and manage these clients in various ways. All information, API, and events are exposed on an AMQP message bus, and can be used by shell scripts, Web GUIs, etc.
Web Based Inventory provides user-friendly management of inventory and sales. It features multi-store and multi-currency support, user friendly POS, inventory and sales charts, realtime inventory updates, translates to any language (localization), platform independence, PDF invoice and barcode generators, and highly-customizable user access. An online demo is available.
RackMap is a Web-based datacenter management tool. It was designed to help organisations catalog and manage datacenter assets such as racks, servers, routers, and switches. It allows you to catalog hardware location and cabling information, export data in various formats including PDF, generate bulk configuration scripts, and remotely control some devices.
LignUp Multi Collector is a universal tool for managing many collections with any collectibles. It includes many functions like creating custom collections, editing categories, camera capture, password protection, PDF and HTML reporting, and data sorting. The DB manager allows easy switching between different collections. Customers can change the application style and customize the view layouts by using thumbnail, statistic, item preview, category tree, and table lists.
Django Inventory is an inventory and asset control Web application. It features an object oriented approach to asset and inventory management, a CSV import utility, per asset or per item type photos and information, the ability to match suppliers to item types, a site wide search capability, user defined states for assets, the ability to define an item as a supply to another item, the ability to assign assets to one or more individuals, user photos, group assets, inventories or user per locations, purchase requests, and purchase orders.
StratosERP is a module set that allows you to use Drupal as a major part of your business operations in areas that Quickbooks and MYOB are lacking. The Drupal node system is used so that almost any other Drupal module can also be added to expand the power of the system. Existing Drupal modules are employed wherever possible, using Views, Gmap, Date, and Calendar modules in particular. The Stratos ERP module can act as the core of a small business, handling all aspects of it except tax reporting and employee payroll. Its features include franchises, stores, quoting/estimates, invoices, purchase orders, payment receipt, stock tracking over multiple stores with the option of tracking by serial number, job tracking, automated item/pricing import from CSV/XLS files via the Web or email, PDF generation of invoices for email, Ubercart item synchronization, POS instant login via RFID tag, and more.