Figure 1: Initial setup
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Please note that while NolaPRO is free, and Noguska embraces an open business model (free software, pay for hosting, extras, and support), it is NOT Open Source. This in no way lessens the value of the software, but it is a point should you wish to repack it into a industry specific virtual application. They have done so, but the print industry module for example is $500.00. Compared to similar apps, it's a pittance. Also, for the DIY types, the module that adds custom code hooks is $100.00 and branding is $50.00. NolaPRO is an awesome tool for any business. I call it low cost, since to actively use it requires a module or two (set me back about $50.00 including hardcopy manuals). Well worth the install, as well as the time to learn for an IT Pro who supports small biz.
Hi to all, Product looks fine. When i have time to check with Screenshot. I want to know is Open Source & free of cost to install it.
This review - http://stanlarson.com/wordpress/archives/83#more-83 implies it is not open source... but it is free.
http://www.nolapro.com/index-5.html There was a link to the company website, which I found by going to Jack's other article through the link in this one. I bet you can find it through an internet search, also. I didn't read enough to see if source code is available. Download and enjoy, Jerry. :)