Launching Stoq 1.1

We’re launching Stoq 1.1 today, which is a POS/CRM/accounting/industrial application mainly for the Brazilian market. In short the kind of software you’d use in a supermarket, bakery, cloth shop, manufacturing company etc.

It’s written in Gtk/Python/PostgreSQL and is available for Linux/Windows. Free software (GPL), stable, fast and beautiful!

New for this release is the reorganization of the applications to always fit into one window (conceptually similar to evolution/outlook) and a new application selector which should make it easier to switch between different parts of the app.

It’s fully translated and can be used outside of Brazil, even though a few small details are oriented around the fiscal requirements set by the brazilian government.

There’s a livecd available on Ubuntu, so you can just download it and try it out.

For more information see http://www.stoq.com.br/

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One Response to Launching Stoq 1.1

  1. Claudio André says:

    Good job!

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