[kwlug-disc] Appgen = MyBooks Professional?

John Kerr jkerr0102 at rogers.com
Thu Mar 29 11:56:25 EDT 2012


I have not used this but I am thinking about it and Hold on to your hat! it is Canadian. They have been around for a while too.




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John Eddie Kerr | Guelph, Ontario 

 From: Andrew Kohlsmith (mailing lists account) <aklists at mixdown.ca>
To: KWLUG discussion <kwlug-disc at kwlug.org> 
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2012 10:03:45 AM
Subject: Re: [kwlug-disc] Appgen = MyBooks Professional?
On 2012-03-26, at 9:10 AM, unsolicited wrote:
> Browsing next month's meeting page, http://kwlug.org/, there is a reference to appgen at http://appgen.com/.
> When I go there, I have no impression that it's FOSS.
> Poking about there, everything seems to point towards MyBooks Professional.
> Earlier list messages talked about appgen as ERP software.
> Can someone square this circle?

I looked at Appgen… wow almost ten years ago now. I was looking at it as a replacement for AccPac and MiSYS, which is what Benshaw was using. At that point in time it was certainly not FOSS. MyBooks also does not appear to be FOSS.

Is there … "accountant grade" software that is multiplatform and OSS? I'm not talking about something to replace the QuickBooks type of stuff for personal and small business, but real industrial grade corporate accounting software that is extensible, has support options and can handle add ons like web stores, inventory, taxes and payroll?


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