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NolaPro

NolaPro
Developer(s) Noguska LLC
Stable release 5.0.12034 / October 8, 2015 (2015-10-08)
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Accounting
License Freeware
Website www.nolapro.com

NolaPro is a web-based accounting application running under MySQL and PHP, and released as proprietary freeware. First released in 2003, NolaPro is a low-cost alternative to programs like Quickbooks and NetSuite, suited to small, medium and larger businesses.

A major milestone release of its 5.0 version was released in July, 2011 featuring a completely overhauled web interface and over 3,500 improvements from the previous version. This new release was awarded 5 of 5 star rating from the CNet Editors at Download.com, where it typically ranks in the top 10 out of over 1300 business applications.

NolaPro is cross-platform, installs locally on Microsoft Windows and Linux, and is accessible from most operating systems including Mac OS, Unix, and SunOS. NolaPro uses a MySQL backend and is accessed via a web browser.

This software suite includes the following modules:

  • Accounts Payable / Vendor Database
  • Billing (Accounts Receivable)
  • General Ledger
  • Administration
  • Custom Link Menu
  • Internal Message System

Optional modules include:

  • Business-to-Business (B2B Web Portal)
  • Payroll
  • Employee Time Tracking (Timeclock)
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Order Entry (Fulfillment & Service) / Customer Database
  • Point-of-Sale (PoS)
  • Open-Source Shopping Cart (modified OSCommerce) for e-commerce transactions.

NolaPro is also available as an on-demand hosted service (cloud/SaaS model) directly from the author, and offers a free license for partners, CPAs and consultants who wish to host and resell it as a client service.

Multi-currency is available for NolaPro, making it one of the few small applications which will fluidly support monetary exchange rates. An API is also available (beta) for developers who wish to integrate NolaPro with their in-house or 3rd party applications.

NolaPro has been translated into numerous languages by the NolaPro community, including Spanish, Chinese, Afrikaans and Vietnamese. In support of this, the author has approved 28 public language translation sites to accept contributions.

There are over 100 official NolaPro partners worldwide and international sites such as NolaPro Latino and NolaPro Europe have started to spring up attesting to the application's flexibility regardless of geographic location.

NolaPro is featured on all Lenovo devices with Windows 8 in the Lenovo store.

In May 2005, NolaPro was recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine by its inclusion in Entrepreneur's 2005 Complete Guide to Software.[1]

Contents

  • Independent reviews 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Independent reviews

  • CNet Editors' Review / NolaProDownload.com -
  • Do Your Accounting for Free with NolaProCBS News -
  • NolaPro is Packed with Accounting FeaturesAbout.com -
  • NolaPro: The Right Tool for the Job?TechRepublic -
  • Tracking Your Business Finances with NolaproLinux Journal -
  • NolaPro Product ReviewLo4d.com -
  • NolaPro: A Business Management ApplicationBlogCritics Magazine -
  • NolaPro 4.0 Accounting SoftwareStan Larson -
  • NolaPro Product ReviewPC Pro Magazine -
  • NolaPro Leads the Pack on Web Based Accounting Software AlternativesNumber Insights -
  • Accounting as it is Done Today3D2F -
  • The Search for a Linux POSTechRepublic -

See also

References

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External links

  • NolaPro demo
  • Noguska homepage
  • NolaPro in Portuguese
  • Nola OSS SourceForge page - the open source predecessor to NolaPro
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