- KwaMoja has a more polished lookThanks to my colleague Juergen Mueller the themes for KwaMoja have been given a much more professional and polished look. The icon sets for each theme are now more unified Each theme has a nicer look and feel Input screens now use the much nicer looking <fieldset> elements rather than the ugly kludge of using … Read more
- KwaMoja warehousing functionalityNew KwaMoja warehousing functionality KwaMoja now has the ability to store stock in containers within a warehouse, down to any level you choose to define. So for instance an item can be stored in a particular bin, in a particular bay, on a particular aisle, in a particular warehouse. However it doesn't have to be … Read more
- Seamless integration of RTL languagesThanks to Juergen, KwaMoja now works seamlessly with languages that use a right to left script. When a left to right language (for example English) is chosen, all appears correctly: but if we now swap to a right to left language (for example Farsi) KwaMoja automatically detects this and changes the css appropriately: This is … Read more
- 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 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.