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Ned Lilly

CEO, xTuple
CEO of the world's #1 open source ERP software company

In October 2001, Ned co-founded xTuple, originally called OpenMFG, with the aim of bringing the worlds of open source and enterprise resource planning (ERP) together to solve the unmet needs of small- to-mid-sized manufacturers. In 1999, he was a co-founder of Great Bridge, an early business built around the PostgreSQL open source database.

PostgreSQL is the core technology for xTuple today. Great Bridge was incubated inside Landmark Communications, a mid-sized media company where Ned directed corporate venture investments, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and startup activity. Prior to Landmark, Ned worked for a regional technology group in Washington D.C. and had a brief first career in political media – television, radio and a non-partisan news wire. He holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia and an M.A. from George Washington University.

Mar 26, 2013
Ned Lilly wrote this post:
Kickstarting Missing Feature Development for Open-Source ERP xTuple

Have you tried the leading open source ERP solution xTuple? We provide a forum for you to request features you would like to see added to this ERP solution.

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