EPESI 1.5.6

212 votes cast

Category: Groupware
Stable Release: 1.5.6
Started In: 2006
Updated: March 5 2014
Native Language: English
Translated To: Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, English, Estonian, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Italian, Korean, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese
License: MIT license

EPESI Description

EPESI is a web application for managing business information. Its purpose is to store, organize, link and share information between people within a single company or organization. It has a modular design and can be easily customized and modified to match your processes and workflow. With EPESI you can access all your data from anywhere and anytime, as never before! Our unique and revolutionary approach will give you peace of mind that all data is stored in a single place, secure, organized and prioritized the way you always wanted.


  • EPESI FREE Open Source CRM

  • Multiuser, multilanguage with UTF-8 support

  • Shared contacts, calendar, tasks, phone calls

  • 100% web based

  • Unlimited notes and file attachments

  • Advanced record history

  • Unique Click2Fill data entry

  • Unique Watchdog module to monitor modified records

  • RoundCube mail client

  • EPESI PHP/AJAX framework included

  • Custom fields

  • Modular design

  • Advanced Recordset Permissions system

  • EPESI Store - browse, install extensions with few clicks

  • Small, lightweight, fast

  • Intuitive user interface


This demo is available offsite at: EPESI

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EPESI Comments

Dec 9 2012, 5:51 pm
Wonderful program with excellent features rendered almost completely useless because of its staggeringly bad / inadequate / incomplete documentation. Worse, the support forum where people might be inclined to go to find an answer not available in the bad / inadequate / incomplete documentation will find themselves roundly scolded.

One really hates to see this because like other open source projects (SaltOS, Rhinos, etc.) is really is VERY good software made useless by undisciplined development. Development includes the fun stuff (designing, coding, etc.), but also the not-so-fun stuff like documentation. It is frustrating for users that developers smart enough to envision and implement EXTREMELY COOL functionality neglect documentation and courteous support.

Of course, there is an argument to be made "Hey ... it didn't cost you anything so quit bitching!" I get that, but hidden functionality is no great gift. Don't take my work for it. Download EPESI. Install it on any number of shared hosting accounts and get SMTP configured. Good luck with that, and when that doesn't work very well (and it probably won't), good luck being scolded by the "we don't have time to tell you how to use it because we're busy debugging, adding functionality, and otherwise doing important stuff and can't be with you".

Another experiment you can conduct would be to click into the DEMO (link provided above) and once logged in, try to figure out how to attach a proposal file to a record. When you are unable to discover how to do that, go to the documentation, and then of course, to the forum to be scolded some more.

I really hate to see really good ideas in open source software derailed by sloppy undisciplined development.

In this case it could be said that developing software is like going to the restroom - the job is not done until the paper work is finished.

Still, its a great script that implements some very good ideas. I hope the development team will fix it.
Apr 16 2012, 1:40 pm
The demo is working again, updated to most recent version 1.3.
Jun 18 2011, 2:58 pm
restart the demo & make it complete available.
want to see the product. thanks!
Nick Quinlan
Apr 17 2011, 4:36 pm
The externally hosted demo is broken.
Jan Zondernaam
Oct 9 2010, 8:39 am
I like epesi because it is stable and flexible.
Nice user interface
Even an iphone interface is included.