ERPNext related coverage in blogs, magazines, websites
Crozdesk.com is an independent business discovery platform which facilitates users to compare 1000s of softwares across 200+ categories. It lists ERPNext as a Leader under the Business Management category.
In an article taking a look at how companies in Bangalore are going remote currently, Zerodha founder Nithin Kamath names ERPNext as a tool which has helped with internal employee management.
GetApp publishes a list of category leaders for some of their most popular software categories.
Rushabh sits down for a Story Chat with Sundeep @ Gramener to understand the potential and impact of Open Source in the Enterprise market.
YourStory calls ERPNext as a major OpenSource project to watch out from India in 2020. The publication had previously covered ERPNext in 2013.
ERPNext founder Rushabh Mehta speaks at the Digital Ocean Tide in Mumbai highlighting how Startups and Enterprises are leveraging large scale Open Source and Cloud to build next-generation business platforms.
We are entering into a more market driven era which is resulting in creation of more and more free software, mostly driven by large corporations.
ERPNext is one of those classic open source projects; in fact, it was featured on Opensource.com way back in 2014. It was designed to scratch a particular itch, in this case replacing a creaky and expensive proprietary ERP implementation.
LinuxLinks is a blog that writes frequently about Linux software, hardware, and other FOSS projects. It calls ERPNext as the best Open Source ERP based on factors like ease of use and pricing.
SoftwareAdvice places ERPNext as a Contender in Gartner's newly launched FrontRunners Quadrant.
If you need to track all of the pieces of a business and don’t want to use 15 different tools then you should probably be looking at an ERP system. Unfortunately, a lot of them are big, clunky, and difficult to manage, so Rushabh Mehta decided to build one that isn’t. ERPNext is an open-source, web-based, easy to use ERP platform built with Python.
ERPNext’s simplicity means that it’s easy to set up, using simple forms to enter information about your business and walking you through the whole process in typical setup wizard style. It’s a feeling that quickly becomes familiar as the ERP is clean and user friendly.
ERPNext was built for small and medium-sized businesses. It includes modules for accounting, managing inventory, sales, purchase, and project management. The applications that make up ERPNext are form-driven—you fill information in a set of fields and let the application do the rest. The whole suite is easy to use.
The past year saw ERPNext move to a new Web framework, called Frappe, which supports plug-ins and extensions through a new API. In addition to the framework upgrade, the platform received a lot of usability improvements and bug fixes. The list of features is impressive and continues to grow.
Bootstrapping is tough. Most of the time things take three times longer than what we think. The only way to enjoy this journey is to absolutely love what you do. That is what sustains you.
The Mumbai-based solutions provider is offering its ERPNext built on open source platform at as low as $6 per user per year for a company having 100 user.
The ERPNext story covered by YourStory.com, gives a quick overview of how ERPNext started and where it is headed.
ERPNext is included in the winner's list of the best open source softwares of 2013. ERPNext now rubs shoulders for with other popular ERP / CRM applications like SugarCRM, OpenERP and others.
Express Computer does a full length Case Study on Cloud ERPs with ERPNext and Neural Integrated Systems.
Starup Central covers the tech and funding scene in India and Singapore. This article features an interview with Rushabh.
This article in Express Computer covers a free wheeling interview with ERPNext customer Aditya Duggal (of Rohit Industries Group), making a strong case for SAAS (Software-as-a-Service) ERPs.
Information week covers some of the emerging cloud based startups in India and ERPNext is the second on the list.
GetApp is the premier online resource for businesses exploring software as a service (SaaS). In an independet review, GetApp (then AppStorm) gives ERPNext an 8/10.
NextBigWhat covers the tech and startup scene in India and featured a guest article by Rushabh about the benefits of Open Sourcing.