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Re: [OCLUG-Tech] Accounting help needed

Hi Bill

I'm may be one of those uncommon people you are referencing... I'm a CGA,
and for years have supported and worked with FOSS, including setting up a
couple of (very small) companies in the UK to use GnuCash and PayThyme (an
open source UK payroll system). I'm currently stuck in a largely
proprietary and closed source world, using Sage ACCPAC for work and
Quickbooks for private clients -- neither of which were my choice.

I've also developed accounting and financial reporting systems using LAMP
(and more recently, the symfony framework on LAMP). I've been aware of
SQL-Ledger and looked at it years ago, but have not actually worked with it.

I don't have a huge amount of time, but I would certainly be willing to
discuss possibilities.

Martin Settle

On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Stewart Bill
<wstewart [ at ] cirruscomputing [ dot ] com>wrote:

> Hi - we have a couple customers (of our open source cloud solution) that
> are looking for help with their use of http://SQL-Ledger.com, one of the
> oldest, most boring, and best FOSS accounting apps, with a principle
> developer living in Alberta.
> They are looking for someone who can help them start with the built-in
> chart of accounts, setup their company, and establish the processes and
> reports they need.  Additional consulting beyond that is possible.
> Folks that are good at accounting and open to open source are not
> common, so appreciate any feelers you can put out in accounting type
> communities.  They don't need to be running Ubuntu, just willing to work
> with SQL-Ledger and help companies under 10 people.
> We can provide a cloud accessible version of SQL-Ledger to play with for
> anyone interested.
> Thanks much,
> Bill
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> Bill Stewart
> http://CirrusComputing.com/
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