Galaxy S23 Ultra First Look After Layoffs, Meta Focuses on 'Efficiency' Everything Samsung Revealed at Unpacked 'Angel Wings' for Satellites 'Shot on a Galaxy S23' GABA and Great Sleep Netflix's Password-Sharing Crackdown 12 Best Cardio Workouts
Want CNET to notify you of price drops and the latest stories?
No, thank you

Adaptive Planning debuts open-source business tools

The start-up adds an open-source "Express" version to complement its high-end commercial tools.

Adaptive Planning on Tuesday introduced an open-source product for budgeting and financial planning to complement its high-end, closed-source offerings.

The company released Adaptive Planning Express Edition and said the source code will be hosted on the SourceForge Web site. The freely available product provides basic "business process performance" capabilities, including collaborative reporting, budgeting and analysis, which it presents in a spreadsheet user interface. The company continues to have two higher-end tools that are sold with a commercial license.