xTuple Reviews, Pricing, Ratings and FAQs

Learn about xTuple's open source ERP for small businesses. Includes info on xTuple, free trials, pricing, customer reviews and FAQs.

Updated on January 30th, 2019

xTuple is enterprise resource planning software for small businesses. Features include purchasing, CRM and sales, customer web portal, and dashboards. Businesses use xTuple to better manage manufacturing and distribution processes.

xTuple Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing


$45.00 per user


$90.00 per user


$130.00 per user


$150.00 per user

Xtuple Reviews
xTuple Summary:

Pros: It is feature-rich and runs on Windows, Linux and Mac. There is a good user forum.

Cons: There is a steep learning curve. Users can only be added one at a time.

Bottomline: xTuple's solutions are flexible, a perfect option for a small business willing to put time in to mastering the app.

xTuple News & Activity:

There is no recent xTuple news or activity to report at this time.

xTuple Key Information:


Ned Lilly and Pierce Tyler




Norfolk, Virginia, US


Ned Lilly


1 (757) 461-3022


119 W York St, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA



xTuple FAQs:

What is xTuple's price range?

xTuple's plans range from $45.00 to $150.00 per user a month.

Is there a xTuple free trial?

xTuple offers a 30-day free trial on their website.

Where can I find the xTuple login?

xTuple does not have "login" facilities at this time.

What are some xTuple alternatives?

xTuple Reviews:



sedutperspiciatis - reddit.com

For MRP, consider researching xTuple, since it's very well documented, and there's a lot of cost flexibility (it's a commercially augmented open source platform). I can personally vouch that it's got a great CSV import, if that matters to you.

MisterMeiji - reddit.com

Take a look at xTuple. PostBooks has many more features than QuickBooks Enterprise but has a $0.00 licensing cost. Support is available on a per-user per-year basis. They also offer more feature-packed versions that are intended for distribution and manufacturing concerns, and those have licensing fees. Their server and client apps run on all three platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac). There are also a number of mobile clients that connect to their server. The nice thing about PostBooks is you can evaluate the real product without having salespeople hound you. xTuple the company is very transparent. You won't get cost overruns or surprises with them.

619429 - reddit.com

We use xTuple. It's the largest open source business management software, can run on any browser (mobile) and does a lot more than accounting.

ela_lawyer - polishforums.com

I use Xtuple's free open source "Postbooks" edition for my accounting / ERP needs on Linux / KDE 4.2.2. It's excellent software and contains everything from invoicing to financial reporting. Make sure you follow their install video which is on the Xtuple website. It's the best free accounting software available today, for both Linux and Windows.