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OpenMFG transforms into xTuple, but misses the open-source train

If OpenMFG wants to be an open-source company, it should start with an open-source license.

By July 25, 2007


Taking the plunge into open source

More and more, enterprise software makers are finding the open-source model offers them a better shot at growth.

By January 15, 2007


Start-up harvests customer code

Looking for edge, OpenMFG mimicks open-source licensing by taking code contributions from customers, resellers.

By January 23, 2006


SAP: Open-source rivals won't make the cut

Business software powerhouse predicts that open-source competitors will fall by the wayside. They disagree.

By February 15, 2006


Open source: The newest competitive tool

Open-source software is being used to get the upper hand when competing against companies with proprietary software.

By February 13, 2006


LinuxWorld outgrows original outfit

The confab's not just for Linux anymore. The show draws a desirable audience, and the agenda now includes many related products.

By August 8, 2005