Software developer, Philip Copeman, is looking for programmers to build a Linux version of the popular windows-based open source accounting software, Turbocash... The Linux version of Turbocash will have to be re-developed from the ground up... "The database will most likely be Firebird or MySQL," says Copeman. [He] says there are no real Linux competitors in the SME (small to medium-sized enterprise) end of the [accounting software] market... "We estimate that a million users would change to a Linux system if they had the choice." --TECTONICComparison chart can be found here.
Find screenshots of TurboCASH here.
Download TurboCASH for Win32 here.
Tags: TurboCASH opensource FOSS GNU/Linux Linux Windows accounting programming