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- Creating a Bill of Materials (BOM)This post is in response to this question. "A bill of materials or product structure is a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, and the quantities of each needed to manufacture an end product. A BOM may be used for communication between manufacturing partners or confined to a single manufacturing plant."https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_of_materials … Read more
- WebERP to KwaMoja conversionAs has been said in a previous post, KwaMoja grew out of the webERP project. Over the years we have always attempted to bring any changes made in webERP over to KwaMoja. However there are a lot of improvements we have made in KwaMoja which were never taken by those in charge of the webERP … Read more
- The KwaMoja dashboardOverview The purpose of a dashboard within an ERP is to provide each user with key data (KPIs) referring to their job. This way, each user can quickly see how they are performing and take appropriate action when necessary. In order to achieve this the dashboard needs to be easily configurable, and extendable. The KwaMoja … Read more
- Manual KwaMoja InstallationThe installer is currently undergoing some major work, so for the moment it is advisable to install manually. This is a a tutorial on how to achieve this. A manual installation consists of the following five steps: Copying all the PHP scripts and include files to a directory under the web server document root directory.Creating … Read more
- KwaMoja – A little historyKwaMoja grew out of a course of lectures I gave at a community college in Kenya several years ago. The course was based on the WebERP open source project that I had been a developer on for many years. Several of the students wanted to carry on the work we had done on the course, … Read more
The system is built upon PHP and MariaDB , two leading elements in open source development while producing a light-weight code to run on older hardware.
Kwamoja is the result of our desire to provide an ERP solution which moves people & businesses forward. Many many people have supported the project through the years – so thanks to everyone!
To help businesses in Africa (and anyone who needs an ERP system) to move forward and be competitive.