TCM (Time Critical Manufacturing) is a suite of 24 ERP applications. TCM provides extensive and mature feature sets aimed towards small to medium sized manufacturers. Features include shop floor, MRP, inventory, customer order processing, AR, AP, job costing, estimating, master scheduling, data collection, and much more. It is implemented using an n-tier architecture model with diverse access methods, and it can integrate with many 3rd-party applications. TCM also features a Web UI with the TCM eSolutions product line, providing the eProduction and eWarehouse packages.
Wilma is a program for quickly finding text lurking in the files on your computer. It does this by creating an index of what words are in which files, which allows it to later find files containing a given word or set of words almost instantaneously. It acts as a Web server to provide a browser-based search interface for either just the local user or network clients.
libmistat is a library of statistical functions. It supports sorting and basic descriptive statistics. Data is sent to functions in the matrix/vector format found in the GSL Scientific Library. The statistical routines have been tested for accuracy using NIST data where available.
XMins is a distribution of the XWin server, a version of Xorg's X11 server that runs on Windows. It allows you to start an X server to access an XDMCP-enabled host or to launch remote applications. Its main advantage over the XWin server distributed by Cygwin is that it doesn't require the installation of Cygwin.
Sigma Expense is an expense accounting Web application. It allows road warriors to log in and report their expenses in order to obtain refunds. The program lets administrators set up a validation workflow. Data can be exported in XML format, and some filters already exist to import the transactions into existing accounting systems such as SunSystems. It works on top of a Tomcat application server and has been tested with the Sun JVM and Blackdown.