ERP Solutions for Growing Manufacturers
xTuple is The TOP ERP for Small to Mid-Sized Manufacturers and Distributors. On-Premises or in the Cloud--xTuple growth solutions power profits.
xTuple understand that SMBs need an intuitive, turnkey system that saves them time and money--their Core ERP brings together all of your business processes--sales, manufacturing, distribution, inventory, vendor, CRM, and supply chain management on one clean platform that provides visibility into customers and costs, allowing your business to get it right the first time--and they can get your ERP up and running in as little as 90-days.
The cost of xTuple starts at $1,000/month for CORE Essential. Flexible options are available. There is no free trial available. There is no free version available.
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A search was began to replace our current ERP Netsuite. The main pain point was lack of automation across the shop floor, as well as real time visibility across production. Several software options were reviewed and in the end xtuple was not only able to meet the enhanced features but were a stand out choice because of cost. It was the most affordable.
We looked at about 4 different software packages and xTuple was the most flexible. They had both flexible pricing and functionaility. Fit our discrete automotive manufacturing needs. Liked the way we are able to price it out by shop user vs a full user whcih let us keep costs down.
Very flexible product. Different pricing for shop floor users and full users.
None at this time. Still implementing the program.
We demod xTuple along with a handful of other systems. xTuple had all of the features we needed. It also had more manufacturing capabilities that we didn’t need. We ended up going with a custom program that was more tailored towards distribution.
Met our needs and budget
Geared towards manufacturing and we are a distribution company. More features than we needed
xTuple ERP is a good ERP/accounting solution with a number of advantages over traditional legacy systems. The system is platform independent (windows/mac/linux) and commercial/open source. There is a free community version which is very good for evaluation, testing and learning and will be sufficient for many small and medium sized companies. There are also premium enterprise solutions which handle advanced manufacturing and distribution for larger companies. I have been involved in a number of implementations, and the system performs very well.
The program has a lot of powerful features, and a strong community. The software is open and follows industry standards. Since the program is open source, it can be installed and tested against your particular needs. There is good documentation available, and community forums for exchanging information about best practices etc. It is well localized for north american use, but also supports many other countries, languages, currencies etc.
The company has spent a lot of time and resources on developing a new infrastructure and architecture for the future. However, the benefits have not really been apparent to the community. I think that the project would have been better off if they had spent those resources on developing more features on the current, mature platform which works well. To their credit, I believe they have recognized this and are taking steps to make the current application client a first class citizen, during the transition which will take many years.