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Free ERP and CRM for one year

If you are a start-up in the Gulf, you can get ERP and CRM, subscription, localization, customization, support, and hosting FREE for ONE YEAR

ERPGulf is the localized version of ERPNext, with regional hosting and customization

The modules include Accounting, Sales, Purchase, POS, HR, CRM, Payroll, and Manufacturing.

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ERPNext Functional Training videos

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Send email to training@ERPGulf.com for ERPNext implementation, hosting and support in the Gulf.


Original document is here, please visit for latest updates https://erpgulf.com/blog/linux-and-cloud/install-erpnext-13-on-ol8-oracle-linux-8-and-above

sudo yum install -y gcc make git mariadb mariadb-server nginx python3 python3-devel python2 python2-devel redissudo yum install supervisor ( If this step giving an error, add the repo like shown below )vim /etc/yum.repos.d/my-add.repo -- add following linesname=Supervisor…

Create a swap file

sudo fallocate -l 2G /swapfile

sudo chmod 600 /swapfile

sudo mkswap /swapfile

Output

Setting up swapspace version 1, size = 2 GiB (2147479552 bytes)

no label, UUID=fde7d2c8–06ea-400a-9027-fd731d8ab4c8

sudo swapon /swapfile

vim nano /etc/fstab

Add this line

/swapfile swap swap defaults 0 0

sudo swapon — show

Output

NAME TYPE SIZE USED PRIO

/swapfile file 2G 0B -1

sudo free -h

Output

total used free shared buff/cache available

Mem: 981Mi 97Mi 68Mi 0.0Ki 814Mi 735Mi

Swap: 2.0Gi 10Mi 1.9Gi

More details https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-add-swap-space-on-ubuntu-20-04/

Originally published at https://erpgulf.com on August 22, 2021.


Please write to support@ERPGulf.com for demo instances of ERPNext. Our team will help you to understand the concepts and operation, and support you to enter data if you are in any of the Gulf countries.

Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, and Qatar

We have paused the demo instances that we used to offer publicly, because multiple team testing on the same instance creates lot of confusion. In this new offering, we offer a dedicated instance for each company


E-Invoicing regulation- Saudi companies can only host accounting data in cloud service inside Saudi Arabia. ZATCA clarifies in the Fatoorah technical workshop.

In this video https://youtu.be/CC_I0CQuRGU?t=980 from 16:20 onwards, ZATCA representative clarifying about hosting location.

Question: What do you mean by storing** the invoice, is it in a local point-of-sale…


ERPGulf now hosts its servers in Bahrain, Dubai, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Also, we will soon have hosting inside Oman and Kuwait. As most of these countries makes it mandatory for businesses to host inside their own counties, it is invevitable that more are more businesses will look for local data centers.

For hosting details and test account please send email to hosting@ERPGulf.com . We are offering one year FREE ERPNext hosting and support for the start-ups in the Gulf.

Originally published at https://erpgulf.com on July 25, 2021.


ERPGulf is the first major ERP provider to announce E-Invoicing support for Suadi Arabia.

ERPGulf now supports E-Invoicing in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabian tax authorities announce E-Invoice mandatory for the companies in the country. ERPGulf is the first major ERP and CRM company to announce E-Invoicing support for Suadi Arabia.

E-Invoice will be implemented in two stages.

Phase one — December 2021 Phase two — 1 January 2023.

Contact us at support@ERPGulf.com for implementation support.


ZATCA — Tax and Customs Authority of Saudi Arabia announced two face implementation of E-Invoicing

e-invoices compulsory for B2B, B2G and B2C transactions, becoming effective in two phases:

  1. Phase one becomes effective on 4 December 2021
  2. Phase two is due to begin on 1 January 2023

Phase 1 — the generation phase

Phase 1 of the…


Time : Jul 18, 2021 08:00 PM Saud, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain 9:00 UAE, Oman

Understanding TCP Ports and how its is important for securing data

Techies Group- Knowledge sharing session. Understanding TCP Ports and how its is important for securing data

On this we will cover -

TCP and UDP Ports

How to use telnet

Basics for access rules

Default ports for applications

Changing default ports and why it is important

Ransomeware

DoS DDoS

Phishing and Spamming

Protect from DNS hijacking

DMZ Configuration for security

We are not publishing ZOOM link here, send mail to training@ERPGulf.com for the link

Originally published at https://erpgulf.com on July 16, 2021.

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