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One feature of Phreebooks.
Initial release August 2007 (2007-08)
Stable release 1.7 / 2009-4-10; 9 months ago
Written in PHP
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Accounting software, Content management system and Enterprise resource planning
License GPL

PhreeBooks accounting program was developed as a free and open source web-based Enterprise resource planning (ERP) application [1]. The program is written in the PHP scripting language with a MySQL database engine. The objective is to provide the small-business community with a multi-language end-to-end enterprise management tool to run in an Internet environment. PhreeBooks is intended to provide a no-cost solution for small business concerns. PhreeBooks is platform independent, browser independent, and can be translated into many languages.



Highlights of the program include separate customer and vendor account information, full inventory management and tracking capabilities, complete financial general ledger accountability, check writing, bank account reconciliation, flexible import and export capability, XML Interface to E-commerce shopping carts, robust reporting and form capability, an expandable shipping manager, user level security, and a context sensitive pop-up help system (PhreeHelp).


PhreeBooks is extremely complex to the average user and has a steep learning curve. Its numerous features may bog down its capacity. It also lacks payroll abilities and the help page leaves some to be desired. Currently available only in English.

PhreeBooks is downloadable from Sourceforge

See also


  1. ^ "About Phreebooks". Retrieved 2009-05-15.  


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