The old webERP web site was a wiki and there is a lot of information there about webERP including some how-tos and development specficiations for functionality that has been completed and some that has not been developed. This information is preserved here for those interested
This is a joomla based shopping cart that uses webERP data with no addtional input, presenting as a completely integrated shopping cart for webERP.
In Mo's words:
If you are already using webERP, you can begin selling from your shopping cart in minutes after installation. The terms, credit limits, account status, pricing,product pictures, product pdf brochures and customer records entered in webERP are used in CARTwebERP to provide your customer the easiest way to shop and place orders. Once the order is placed, you have an order on your accounting system. Nothing to synchronize or import. If they pay with credit card or paypal then an entry is made in webERP for the payment to apply against the invoice. Now there is a plug in that allows you to put a little shopping cart in any article!
Mo offers a number of other extensions/front ends to webERP data using Joomla add-ons.
This is an interactive windows desktop Point Of Sale system that gets all it's data from webERP and works with a barcode scanner, receipt printer and automatic cash drawer to present an efficient customer facing sales terminal. All sales created can be sent back to the host webERP installation, but a continuous connection to the webERP host is not required. Using this system together with webERP turns the system into a completely integrated Retail Management Solution - any number stores with any number of "lanes" can be installed, all linking back to to a single webERP installation.
Phil has also written a completely integrated webSHOP which is administered inside webERP from version 4.11 the webSHOP front end.
There is a small annual license fee associated with these products
This wiki software is fast and light-weight in terms of resource usage and it integrates well with webERP. Together with webERP a wiki forms the basis of a business knowledge base. Wiki software allows the business to author it's own on-line manuals for systems and processes, to document issues around products, customers and suppliers. Integrating this with the structure provided by webERP provides a very powerful business documentation to keep the information ordered and accessible to those in the business who need it and must update it.
Originally a fork of wakka wiki, wacko wiki has evolved into one of the more functional systems with a powerful syntax for formatting pages. To maximise the value of a webERP installation this wiki is highly recommended. The naming of it belies it's power as a serious business tool
Like webERP it WackoWiki free software (BSD License)