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JFire

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JFire is a trading platform including ERP, CRM, accounting (full double-entry) and cross-organisation-trading written in Java based on J2EE, JDO and the Eclipse RCP.

Category

ERP Software Free

Features

• Accounting
• Store-Management,
• Reporting

License

Open Source

Price

Free

Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

Website
Company

JFire

What is best?

• Accounting
• Store-Management,
• Reporting

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Ease of use
7.7
7.5
Features & Functionality
7.5
8.6
Advanced Features
7.6
8.6
Integration
7.6
8.9
Performance
7.7
9.4
Customer Support
7.5
9.0
Implementation
9.0
Renew & Recommend
8.1
Bottom Line

The Base-Module is responsible for Authentication, User- and Rightsmanagement and builds the core for transactions between different organisations and servers. On top of it comes the Trade-Module which includes Accounting, Store-Management, Reporting and forms the base for a general distribution sales network.

7.6
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8.6
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JFire is a trading platform including ERP, CRM, accounting (full double-entry) and cross-organisation-trading written in Java based on J2EE, JDO and the Eclipse RCP. Since November 2009, there is a stable JFire release containing many modules, e.g. for user and access rights control, accounting, store management, direct online trade with other companies or end-customers (e.g. via a web shop), an editor for interactive 2-dimensional graphics and other useful plugins.

A reporting module which is based on BIRT allows for the editing and rendering of reports, statistics and similar documents (e.g. invoices). JFire consists of two parts - the server and different types of clients. So far, the most comprehensive client is a rich client. Additionally, there exists a JSP web client, which currently supports only a part of the functionality (e.g. a web shop).

Some applications built on JFire employ other types of clients, as well (e.g. mobile devices used in Yak, an access control system). JFire was published in January 2006 under the conditions of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). The Base-Module is responsible for Authentication, User- and Rightsmanagement and builds the core for transactions between different organisations and servers. On top of it comes the Trade-Module which includes Accounting, Store-Management, Reporting and forms the base for a general distribution sales network.The Trade-Module offers many interfaces for easy integration of external systems like third-party payment- or delivery-systems.

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